Google visits Amritapuri

Google’s Head of Marketing & Monetization, Mr. Gopi Kallayil visited the Amrita University, Amritapuri Campus this day.

He gave a small, powerful and a very interesting talk (it was more of a discussion/a session) on how Google originated, the Google’s inside story, technologies from Google and how it functions. He also spoke about how the adsense and adwords function.

Mr. Gopi Kallayil is a strong follower of AMMA (Mata Amritanandamayi Devi )

A lil’ about Gopi KallayilGopi Kallayil
Head of Marketing
Google AdSense

Gopi Kallayil leads the AdSense marketing team at Google. Gopi and his team work with Internet publishers in launching new products, increasing the user experience on content sites, and helping publishers monetize their content.

Prior to joining Google, Gopi was Vice President of Strategic Alliances at Nextance an enterprise Contract Management Software startup and a founding management team member at Allegrix, an Application Software Provider that was acquired by Progress Software. Gopi has been a consultant with McKinsey & Co. where he worked on engagements helping the management teams of large corporations improve business performance and maximize revenues. In addition, Gopi has led large Information Technology projects for global corporations while working for Syntel in the U.S. and Hutchinson Whampoa in Hong Kong.

Gopi earned his BE degree in Electronics Engineering from the National Institute of Technology in India and MBA degrees from the Indian Institute of Management and The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

PS: I will be uploading the photos shortly….


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