Manish Chopra, Director and Head of Partnerships at Meta India, Resigns

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Manish Chopra, director and head of partnerships at Meta India, has announced his resignation effective January 2023. After a victorious professional career in which he revolutionized the tech industry in India, he is calling it a day and joining private equity firm Open FinTech as a partner.

It has developed to become one of the leading technology companies in the last decade, thanks in no small part to Chopra’s vision and leadership. He was instrumental in creating successful partnerships and driving innovation. His departure will leave a big void as he leaves on a high note. 

The Man Behind the Revolution

Manish Chopra has been a significant part of the Indian tech revolution and has led the front in pushing the industry to greater heights. He began his career two decades ago as part of the founding team at Wipro Technologies, before moving to Meta India, in 2013. His achievements since then have been remarkable.

At Meta India, Chopra quickly rose the ranks to become head of partnerships, through which he spearheaded important projects and agreements. He was recognized and acknowledged for bringing in regional agreements like Samsung and InMobi and significantly boosting the revenue for the company. 

His ability to spot trends early on and capitalize on them gave Meta India a leg up on its rivals. He was also instrumental in developing the company’s first AI-driven product, a move that has paid off tremendously in the years since its launch. 

Chopra’s invaluable contributions are evident in the success of its products and partnerships. His departure will be a massive loss for the company, but his joining the Open FinTech team will help the startup reach new heights. 

Thriving at Open FinTech

Chopra is joining Open FinTech in January 2023, in his new duty as a partner. He will lead the organization’s banking, payments, and FinTech efforts and invest his expertise in expanding its reach. Open FinTech is already a leading player in India’s FinTech market, and Chopra’s arrival is intended to take it to the next level. 

He is bringing his extensive network to drive new opportunities for the FinTech sector and open new collaborative channels. His knowledge and experience in the field will be invaluable to Open FinTech and undoubtedly help it take off. 

Looking Ahead

After a highly successful professional career, Chopra is ready to step down and pave the way for the next generation of leaders. Meta India and Open FinTech have benefitted from his knowledge, and they will continue to do so while he is at the helm of the FinTech startup. 

There will be no quick forgetting of his contributions to the technological renaissance, and his legacy will live on. All the best to him as he embarks on this new journey!

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