Google Cloud appoints new leader for Asia Pacific

Google Cloud revealed its new leader for Asia Pacific, Karan Bajwa.


Currently leading Google Cloud in India, Bajwa will be relocating to Singapore later in 2021. He will continue working for Google Cloud in India until a senior leader is appointed to replace him.


Before Google Cloud, Bajwa used to work as Managing Director at IBM and at Microsoft. He was also the Vice President of Cisco for a year. Bajwa succeeds Rick Harshman, who is leaving the company to follow a new opportunity.


Google Cloud declared that ever since Bajwa joined the ranks, the company was able to grow and develop exponentially. He managed to advance the digital transformation journey of many Indian organizations across industries and expand the company’s partner community.


Bajwa will be in charge of leading the regional revenue and go-to-market operations for Google Cloud, including the ones on Google Cloud Platform and Google Workspace. He will be dedicated to maximizing the company’s growth and innovation.


Bajwa stated that he was looking forward to starting to work with Google Cloud and continuing this journey across the Asia Pacific.