Faaez Samadi
Dec 6, 2018

Google APAC chief steps down

Karim Temsamani leaves the company after 11 years.

Karim Temsamani

Google’s Asia-Pacific president Karim Temsamani is to leave after 11 years with the company in both Asia and the US.

Temsamani led Google’s APAC sales teams for the last five years, and his departure opens up one of the company's top positions in the region. In a statement to Campaign Asia-Pacific, a Google spokesperson said “We can confirm that after 11 years, Karim has decided to leave Google to take on a new...

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