Exits Of Top Executives Ring Warning Bells For One Of Twitter’s Top Markets

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Exits Of Top Executives Ring Warning Bells For One Of Twitter’s Top Markets
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Twitter was already without a country head in a market which will soon be its second biggest after the U.S., and now one more top-notch executive is leaving the company. Last week, the micro-blogging giant said that amid slowing growth, it will cut its global headcount by more than 9%, and it looks like its Indian division has taken this very seriously.

Why the executives left?

A few days ago, Rishi Jaitly, Twitter’s India head, announced his intention of leaving the social network after a four-year stint. Now, two days later, Parminder Singh, managing director for the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and India, declared his resignation as well, according to a Quartz report. Maya Hari, senior director of product strategy and sales for the Middle East, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Africa regions, will now handle Singh’s responsibilities.

Twitter has been struggling to make ad revenue in India. Several who resigned from the company, wanted to make some changes to the platform. They thought those changes would aid the tech giant in bringing in digital