Nothing’s India Chief Manu Sharma Exits The Company: Here’s What He Said

Last Updated: December 14, 2023, 17:15 IST

Manu Sharma was part of Nothing’s India business from day one

Nothing started its business in India three years back and Sharma has been a core part of the company’s growth in the country.

Nothing has seen its first major exit in India this week, with its country manager, Manu Sharma quitting the company. Sharma has been a pivotal part of Nothing’s launch and growth in the country and his prior experience with giants like Samsung has clearly helped him give the new company a strong footing in India.

Sharma has been with Nothing since its first day in the Indian market, which was three years back. He shared the update via his LinkedIn post on Thursday, where he thanks the brand, and also highlights the personal reasons for his decision to leave the company.

Here’s the full post from Sharma on his profile:

As we ring in the year 2024 very soon, I am excited to share that I have decided to move on from Nothing. The last 3 years have been very eventful and memorable. This has been the most fortunate & incredible time of my life to build the foundation of the Nothing brand in India from ground zero. The decision to move on came after intensive deliberation due to personal reasons. Nothing India is in an incredibly strong position, has a very robust pipeline of products in 2024 and with a very capable team.

I am very excited about the adventure that awaits but I am not leaving just yet and will be with Nothing India till the end of January 2024.

He doesn’t share the next destination after Nothing but Sharma will be part of the company’s setup till end of next month. He was part of the core team that set up Nothing’s business in India, which included building the operations and hiring talent to run the business.

Sharma also talks about a robust pipeline of products lined up in 2024, which is likely to include the new Nothing Phone 3, and possibly the affordable Nothing Phone 2a which has been in the news for the past few weeks.

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