The expected move from the Chinese technology giant has come. Realme’s head changed today. Madhav Sheth, who has accomplished successful works in the company, became the new president.
Senior-level changes continue in large companies. Now the head of Realme has changed. Madhav Sheth, who achieved success in the company, became the new president of Realme. So who is Madhav Sheth? What great work has he done in the company? Let’s look at the details together.
Madhav Sheth has done an excellent job with the growth of the Realme brand in India. The head of the brand in India, Europe and Latin America has been expanding the brand exponentially in recent years. Realme entered multiple markets and gained relevance by selling millions of smartphones in the process. His brilliant management at Realme gives Sheth another interesting title. Now, Madhav Sheth has become the Head of Realme’s International Business Unit. This division is specifically created to streamline and integrate overseas businesses to provide better products and services.
However, the new President of the company will continue to report to Sky Li, founder and CEO of Realme. But now, his responsibilities will be Realme’s commercial operations. For those who don’t know, it has been part of the brand since its inception in 2018. It has contributed to the continuous increase of its presence in the Indian and European markets.
Realme’s CEO, Sky Li, said; “Madhav has contributed to the development of realm’s overseas business in the past. We fully believe that in the future, Madhav will lead realme to make new jurisdictions and ship products to more youth worldwide.” made the statement.
Realme started its journey in the market as a series of budget OPPO smartphones. After the very successful business model that Huawei established with Honor, many companies followed their own sub-brands. Realme later became a sub-brand of Oppo. The sub-brand offered mid-range and budget smartphones. However, realme’s latest phones have attractive features and innovative features. Realme X, for example, was the first mid-range smartphone to come with a pop-up camera and bezel-less display. This was something that could only be seen among flagship smartphones.
Realme has grown in the following years and BBK Group, the Chinese conglomerate behind Oppo, OnePlus and Vivo, has decided to give the brand wings to fly its own flights.