New Delhi: The Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) announced on Thursday that Harsh Jain, the Co-founder and CEO of Dream11, has been elected as the Chairman of the association following the governing council election. Jain takes over the position from Sanjay Gupta, the Vice-President and Country Manager of Google India.

Harsh Jain’s tenure as Chairman will span two years. He holds an engineering degree from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Columbia Business School, showcasing his strong educational background and expertise in the field.

In addition to the election of Harsh Jain as Chairman, two other prominent figures were elected to key positions within the association. Rajesh Magow, the Co-Founder and Group CEO of MakeMyTrip, has been elected as the Vice-Chairman, replacing Shivnath Thukral. Satyan Ganjwani, the Vice-Chairman of Times Internet, has taken on the role of Treasurer, succeeding Harshil Mathur.

These appointments demonstrate the association’s commitment to bringing together influential leaders from various sectors of the industry to drive the growth and development of the internet and mobile ecosystem in India. With their extensive experience and proven track records, Harsh Jain, Rajesh Magow, and Satyan Ganjwani are poised to contribute significantly to the association’s initiatives and objectives.

The IAMAI plays a crucial role in representing the interests of the internet and mobile industry in India, advocating for policy changes, and fostering collaboration among its members. Under the leadership of Harsh Jain as Chairman, supported by Rajesh Magow as Vice-Chairman and Satyan Ganjwani as Treasurer, the association is well-positioned to address the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in the rapidly evolving digital landscape of India.

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