Signals coming from top corporate people is really cool. I am surprised why Nokia didn’t work out with him. I am sure there were internal problems. A few quotes from the articles:
“I had taken a decision that I would like to remain in India and contribute to the country’s growth story. India’s economy is hot and it is here where the action is. It doesn’t make much sense professionally for me to move out of the country at this point of time,” Mr Sharma told Business Line.
“It is time that big companies begin to understand India’s importance and start treating it as a hub by creating bigger, regional responsibilities for executives based out of here,”said an industry official, who did not want to identified.
“Lot of product innovations are happening here and it doesn’t make sense for people with understanding of the Indian market to move out and lose touch,”he added.