New Delhi — Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth has bid farewell to the organisation. Sheth took to Twitter on Wednesday to announce his departure. Realme made its foray into the Indian market in 2018. Sheth expressed his sentiments in an official tweet, stating, “After 5 years at Realme, it’s time for me to move on and start a new journey.” This news comes in the wake of Manu Jain, the head of Xiaomi India, also parting ways with his company.
“realme has been an integral part of my life, a brand that was so much more than just an organization; it has been my home, my passion, and my purpose. I am proud of everything we accomplished together over the past five years, as we grew the brand and watched it proliferate. But even more important was what the brand gave back to me,” Sheth said.
“The Government of India has taken many steps towards enhancing Indian exports for many years, and I am happy to be a part of this and support the government’s export plan. After a long conversation with Sky Li and also with his support, it’s time for me to contribute my share to the country’s export business,” he added
realme India is strategically important and Sky Li will now oversee this market. I’m sure, realme India will continue to forge ahead, creating excitement with fans and consumers alike with new products and experiences, all this while continuing to push technological boundaries and creating a better, more connected future. I wish all the best to realme and all heartfelt thanks to the community.
“He acknowledged the strategic significance of the Indian market and announced that Sky Li will now take charge of operations in this region. Sheth expressed confidence in Realme’s continued progress, emphasizing the brand’s commitment to delighting fans and consumers with innovative products and immersive experiences. He also expressed gratitude to the community for their support and extended his best wishes to the company for the future.