Maya Hari, Head of Condé Nast India Digital (Internet & Mobile), has resigned from the company. Marc Oliver Hausen, Digital Director, at Conde Nast confirmed the development to MediaNama, and mentioned that she had put in her papers three to four months back.

Hari had joined Condé Nast in 2009, and was looking after the company’s digital business in India for its brands- Vogue, GQ and Traveller. She had also co-founded, a lifestyle accessories retail company which offered a combination of high-end e-commerce and physical retailing. Prior to that, she served as Head of Marketing, Partnerships and PR – at MSN (Internet and Mobile), Microsoft, as Marketing & Alliances Manager for Google and Enterprise Sales and Competitive Strategy Manager at Cisco Systems.

Following her move, the company’s digital operations in India are now being led by Hausen. He joined Conde Nast India in 2011, and was previously heading Digital Marketing at SAB Miller India. He’s also had stints with Force India F1, and United Breweries in India, and with Bigfoot Ventures, Springer and Jacoby, Cleverlearn, among others, internationally.

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