InMobi is the largest global independent mobile advertising company.
Founder & CEO
Naveen is the founder of InMobi and responsible for the overall vision, strategy and execution of InMobi. His view of the growth of the mobile ecosystem and leveraging InMobi as a key tenet in developing that mobile ecosystem was the foundation stone on which InMobi was built.
Naveen’s journey started with McKinsey & Company where he worked on developing the go-to-market strategy for a large Indian conglomerate, as it entered the telecom sector. He has also worked with the top management of technology companies on various issues. Later, he joined Charles River Ventures (CRV), a top tier VC firm focusing on early stage investing in software and communications. Naveen worked with CRV on developing its India investment strategy. He also worked briefly with a mobile VoIP startup in Silicon Valley.
Naveen is the Founder and Chairman of a US based non-profit organization, India School Fund (ISF), which has been formed to set up schools in rural India. ISF started in 2006 with only a few Harvard Business School friends and has now grown to have over 50 people across India and US.
Naveen obtained his Bachelor’s degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (IIT) and has a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Harvard Business School (HBS). At HBS, Naveen was the recipient of the “Dean’s Award”, the highest honor for his exceptional leadership and contribution.
VP & Managing Director
Atul joined InMobi in December 2010 to lead business expansion in the Asia-Pacific region. He brings a wealth of mobile advertising and digital media experience. Prior to InMobi, he worked with Google as Head of Wireless Business for Japan and Asia-Pacific and was responsible for driving the mobile strategy and partnerships with carriers, OEMs and publishers. Atul also served as Head of Business Development for Google in India where he kick-started Google’s search syndication, adsense, mobile, android, distribution and enterprise businesses. Prior to Google, Atul worked with Adobe, Samsung and Infosys.
Atul currently chairs a non-profit called EndPoverty that works towards sustainable poverty alleviation in India. He holds a Masters in Business Administration with a dual-major in Strategic Marketing and Technology from Indian School of Business and B-Tech in Mechanical Engineering from National Institute of Technology. Atul was attracted to the vision of building a global mobile advertising business, and to the early success of InMobi and its extremely talented and focused management team.