Jaydeep Deshpande

Jaydeep heads Enterprise Marketing at Google Cloud. He is responsible to scale Google’s cloud marketing organization in India, to NOT just help drive multi-million deals, BUT ALSO to build organizations & customers that see technology as the central cog, of cultural change & success.

Prior to Google, he headed Marketing for India & SAARC at Qlik. He led their field marketing, alliances & partner marketing, PR/AR, business development & inside sales function as well as customer advocacy at Qlik India. He was responsible for creating & strengthening Qlik brand in the Indian subcontinent & ensure a solid pipeline. He and his team were responsible for creating over 70% of the multi-million $ pipe for Qlik India, with one of the highest rate of closures in the region. He was a part of the core team driving high growth trajectory for Qlik.

Prior to Qlik, he was with SAS, managing their marketing strategy & execution to create a robust customer base. He was responsible for the strong visibility & growth that SAS witnessed in India.

Prior to SAS, Jaydeep worked with an ad-agency – Lintas (Mullen Lowe Worldwide). He has worked on various brands across industry verticals.

Jaydeep has consistently built world-class marketing & alliances capabilities for the organizations that he has worked for, while driving business revenue and brand. He has been recognized at all the organizations as well as by his peers & vendors he has worked with. His recognition is for the value he adds and for his credibility, honesty & straight forward approach to doing business.

He has a deep understanding of the IT ecosystem, complex B2B decision-making process & has strong strategic & execution capabilities. He is a strong team player and leader. His biggest asset is his team and his networking capability with the CxO audience which has ensured he is well connected with the decision makers & influencers across organizations. He is an MBA with specialization in Marketing, Finance & Operations.

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