Affle, a mobile platform company, announced the appointment of Matteo Chiampo as the Managing Director for its Apps platform business, Affle AppStudioz. Affle has built a fast growing mobile platform business over the last few years by offering App Development, App Marketing, and App Analytics services over its MAAS platform. With this hiring, it expects to further strengthen its App platform business, which continues to grow rapidly by catering to the evolving needs of customers which include both large enterprises and entrepreneurial ventures.
Matteo brings to Affle, a wide-ranging international professional experience of over 20 years, having played leadership roles in India, US and Europe. Prior to his appointment, Matteo had led the startup phase of Telenor Myanmar Mobile Financial Services, served as the CEO of Axind Software and the COO of Eko India Financial Services. He has also had stints in entrepreneurship, having started a project management consulting company in Boston and continues to be an angel investor, advisor and board member for a number of startups. Matteo holds an MBA from Boston University and an M.Sc.in Aeronautical Engineering from Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
Commenting on Matteo’s appointment, Anuj Khanna Sohum, Founder, CEO and Chairman, Affle said, “I would like to extend a warm welcome to Matteo Chiampo on behalf of all Afflers. Affle’s consistent growth over the years is largely attributable to our entrepreneurial team and our engineering mindset towards business. With Matteo’s addition to our leadership team, we aim to accelerate Affle’s global expansion plans and growth significantly.”
On his appointment, Matteo Chiampo, Managing Director, Affle AppStudioz, said, “It is an exciting time to be in the mobile apps industry and I’m extremely happy to take the lead in driving Affle’s global Apps platform business. I see this as the perfect platform to leverage my entrepreneurship and leadership experience in the mobile domain. I look forward to making Affle AppStudioz a world leader in this domain.”