Endurance International Group appoints Manish Dalal as Managing Director of APAC
Endurance International Group, a player in cloud-based platform solutions designed to help small and medium-sized businesses succeed online, announced the appointment of Manish Dalal as managing director of Asia-Pacific. Dalal will be responsible for overseeing the existing APAC business and designing and executing a growth strategy through new markets, products, and business opportunities.
"We are excited to welcome Manish to lead the growth and development of our APAC strategy," said Christine Timmins Barry, chief services officer of Endurance International Group. "His expertise in the region coupled with his strong industry expertise in domains, web hosting, and online presence make him an ideal leader and instrumental to Endurance's future growth."
Dalal brings over 20 years of corporate experience to his role at Endurance. He has worked for leading technology companies such as Motorola, Yahoo! and Verisign, with roles that spanned engineering, product management, global partnerships and general management.
"I'm impressed with Endurance's breadth of brands that support small business owners and am excited to foster new opportunities for the company in APAC," said Dalal.
Dalal will be based at the company's Mumbai office, reporting to chief services officer, Christine Timmins Barry, and supporting Endurance International Group's APAC business, including ResellerClub, BigRock, Bluehost, Domain.com, HostGator and LogicBoxes.
As managing director of Asia-Pacific, Manish Dalal will be responsible for overseeing the group’s APAC business, including ResellerClub, BigRock, Bluehost, Domain.com, HostGator and LogicBoxes. He will lead the designing and execution of the APAC growth strategy through new markets, products and business opportunities.
Most recently, he was vice president and general manager for Verisign APAC, where for the last eight years, Manish grew the company’s online presence business across regions including India, China, Japan, South Korea, and Southeast Asia.