WeWork India makes key leadership appointments

As the country prepares for the future of work, WeWork India is bullish about its growth prospects as seen by the global $100 million funding

WeWork India has announced key strategic appointments to the India leadership team in line with its vision of focusing on long-term sustainable growth, said a statement issued today.

As the country prepares for the future of work, WeWork India is bullish about its growth prospects as seen by the global $100 million funding. It is looking to strengthen its vision of attaining profitable and sustainable growth across all spaces through these key appointments.

Clifford Lobo has been appointed the new chief financial officer at WeWork India. In his new role, Lobo will be responsible for working through partnerships and M&A to drive business growth and profitability for the business. His experience with industry expertise ranges across fields such as IT/ITES, consulting and mentoring, digital media and publishing, digital video and content publishing, sports media, software development, and telecom which makes him a vital resource for WeWork India.

Hiranmai Rallabandi joins as the general counsel of WeWork India. Rallabandi joins WeWork with over 20 years of experience at various important positions in corporate and real estate laws, cross-border M&A, labour relations, litigations, policy-making and risk and compliance of companies.

Prior to WeWork, Hiranmai has also worked with companies like Cushman & Wakefield, Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd, and law firms like SN Gupta & Co. and Virmani & Virmani.

Santosh Martin has been elevated to head of sales for WeWork India. With over 20 years of experience, Martin has previously worked with firms such as Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) and DivyaSree Developers.

“The flexible workspace industry in India has displayed resilience and growth even during challenging times. In this time, we have seen a new opportunity that suits our members’ evolving needs driven by an acceleration towards variable real estate costs, the confidence of safe and well-managed workspaces for their employees, and the growth opportunities that are intrinsic to the WeWork community. I am pleased to welcome these new leaders to the WeWork India team who will help us further this vision which will help us serve our community better,” said Karan Virwani, CEO of WeWork India.
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