VideoVerse appoints Ashwin Limaye as chief product officer
Ashwin Limaye has joined VideoVerse as chief product officer. He will help scale the company’s global development efforts as part of its London-based operation.
“Ashwin will be integral to our continued work to strengthen our international team while helping to build new products and expand our global market share. Ashwin’s stellar experience speaks for itself, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have him on the team during this exciting time at VideoVerse, ” said VideoVerse CEO and co-founder Vinayak Shrivastav.
“Ashwin will be responsible for VideoVerse’s strategic product direction and will work closely with our core product and engineering teams, as well as cross-functionally with marketing, sales, customer success and others to execute our multi-product roadmap,” added Saket Dandotia, COO and co-founder at the company.
Prior to VideoVerse, Limaye served as senior product manager at Waymo in London, where he worked on advancing safe, autonomous driving technology, enabling cross-functional teams using artificial intelligence and machine learning to solve complex transportation challenges. Formerly a product leader at Google, he spent over six years advancing monetisation technologies, growth and innovation at products such as Google News, Nest, YouTube Ads and Google Earth.
Before Google, he spent five years with McKinsey & Co in India and the US, acquiring extensive experience in strategy development, performance transformation projects and leadership development at large multinational companies in India. Limaye holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, as well as Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay.
“It’s an exciting time to join VideoVerse’s growing global team,” said Limaye. “With the company well-positioned to become a significant market leader, I look forward to expanding the current product portfolio and developing new products to revolutionise the video editing and intelligent content distribution space.”