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Aat Pangestu Hadi Named as Country Sales Director, SHAREit, Indonesia

SHAREit, a global content discovery, consumption and sharing application, announces the appointment of Aat Pangestu Hadi as the Country Sales Director, SHAREit, Indonesia. With an aim to deepen its reach into the Indonesian market and attain more user base, Mr. Aat Hadi will be responsible for providing strategic leadership to the sales, associations & partnerships, and will contribute to the overall growth strategy of SHAREit.  

A seasoned professional with over 10 years of experience in sales and marketing, over the years, Aat Hadi played key roles in organizations like Blackberry Messenger (Media Sales Director), Opera Mediaworks (Sales Director – performance SEA), Httpool (Managing Partner – Indonesia) and Hypercon (CEO). 

Commenting on the appointment, Karam Malhotra, Partner & Global VP, SHAREit said, “We are very happy to welcome Aat Hadi to the SHAREit family. We’re confident that with his extraordinary experience in the field of sales and marketing, he would be a treasured resource for SHAREit. We are perfectly aligned in our vision to make SHAREit a holistic application and would continually work towards accomplishing the common goal and  growing  the brand.”

“It’s a privilege and pleasure to take over the role of Country Sales Director for SHAREit. Indonesia is a mobile first economy and the digital entertainment industry here is in an extremely exciting sphere. The investment, strategic vision, and clear desire to further build the success of SHAREit was compelling. My aim is to engage in meaningful partnerships and associations to establish SHAREit as a holistic entertainment provider,” said Aat Pangestu Hadi.

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