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Snapchat parent to open office in Singapore

The company has hired its first employee in the city-state.

Snapchat’s parent company Snap Inc is planning to open an office in Singapore later this year, according to an announcement.

The company said it is monitoring the pandemic, and will accelerate plans to establish a local presence once the situation eases. The office will strengthen Snap’s support for its multinational brand advertising partners based in the APAC region.

In addition, the company has hired Anubhav Nayyar as its first employee in Singapore. He will lead Snap’s market development efforts across the Southeast Asia region and will be part of the international markets team, led by its managing director, Nana Murugesan

Prior to joining Snap, Anubhav spent seven years at calling and messaging app Viber where he served as the senior director and head of Asia Pacific.
 

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