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LinkedIn CEO meets Prime Minister Mr Modi

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Mumbai:  LinkedIn’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jeff Weiner met Prime Minister of India Mr Narendra Modi, yesterday (13 September 2016) in New Delhi. Both leaders discussed on various issues related to skill development and education & innovation.

With 37 million members in India, LinkedIn has become very aggressive in expanding its services in India.  Jeff Weiner also met Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar in New Delhi on the same day. After the meeting, Mr  Javadekar said that the government plans to give big push to research, innovation, quality teaching and resultant better placement for students, where LinkedIn can work together. Mr Minister also said that AICTE, UGC, other education regulators will cooperate with LinkedIn for any collaboration in the education, research and students community areas.

LinkedIn has launched  three new products aimed at delivering value to broader segments of students, professionals and companies by democratizing access to economic opportunity in India. These products, all designed and made in India are: LinkedIn Placements, LinkedIn Lite and LinkedIn Starter Pack.

For LinkedIn India is the second-largest and one of the fast-growing markets in the globe. Yesterday LinkedIn launched  three new products, especially designed for Indian market base. These products, all designed and made in India are: LinkedIn Placements, LinkedIn Lite and LinkedIn Starter Pack.

Akshay Kothari, Country Manager and Head of Product, LinkedIn India, said “We are at the cusp of a new growth phase in India, where we are becoming even more relevant to the members and companies we serve. These new initiatives helps us keep pace with the rising demand for knowledge and access to opportunity.”

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