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App Annie Adds to Executive Team Amid Rapid Company Growth

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We’re excited to announce the addition of Natasha Kehimkar as Chief People Officer and Scott Marcus as General Counsel to our executive team

The global app economy is growing at a rapid pace, and App Annie is as well. We’ve just hit a major milestone - we now deliver trusted app data to over 1,000,000 registered users from around the globe - and have expanded our client base to add marquee brands including Visa, Schneider Electric, Pfizer, Adobe, Honda Motor, Starz, LEGO, Index Ventures, SINA and ExxonMobil.

Recruiting top executives to help guide App Annie along its trajectory has always been of paramount importance, and now we’re happy to announce two additions to our executive team: Natasha Kehimkar as Chief People Officer and Scott Marcus as General Counsel.

Kehimkar arrives with a remarkable track record in human resources leadership roles at companies including Guardant Health, a Sequoia-backed biotech startup, and Open Table. She also has extensive experience at global companies including Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson.

For his part, Marcus has deep experience practicing law both privately and in-house within the tech industry. He was most recently Vice President, Legal and Corporate Affairs and Assistant Secretary at NetSuite prior to the company’s sale to Oracle in 2016; previously he advised public and private technology companies in private practice at Cooley LLP in San Francisco.

“It takes commitment and hard work to be where we are, so it is increasingly important to continue focusing on people and culture. That is why I am excited to have both Natasha and Scott partner with our executive team and me. Their leadership experience spans from start-ups to enterprise companies and is crucial as we scale our company and deepen our investment in our people.” - Bertrand Schmitt, App Annie Co-Founder & CEO

You can view the complete announcement here.

December 19, 2017

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