In an interview with ANI Speaking on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Allen Blue, co-founder of the LinkedIn platform, said that India has been an important center of operations for LinkedIn over the last decade.
“India has been one of our business hubs for the last ten years. We have offices in Bengaluru, Mumbai and Delhi and one of our main development centers is in Bengaluru. LinkedIn is keen to continue investing in India. This is who we are.” “I am very keen to continue investing in India,” Blue told ANI on Monday (January 22).
According to Allen, skilled workers in India are very important to him as they are not only the talented workforce that global companies rely on but also a key force in attracting the best talent.
“Indian professionals are not only a great source of talent for companies across the world but also a great talent attractor,” he said.
Speaking on the occasion, Allen highlighted his recent visit to India for a G20-related event and said his enthusiasm for investing and relocating operations to the country is growing.
“I was at the G20 B20 in India a few months ago and there was a lot of enthusiasm for India as a location not only for investment but also for driving business activities,” said the LinkedIn co-founder.
As the largest professional network with more than 1 billion members in more than 200 countries, LinkedIn remains committed to creating economic opportunity for members of the global workforce.
LinkedIn was founded in 2003 and is now led by Ryan Roslansky. LinkedIn is involved in various businesses, including membership subscription revenue, advertising sales, and recruiting solutions. The acquisition by Microsoft in December 2016 strengthened LinkedIn's position as a leader in the world of global professional networking.
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