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The Walt Disney Company to have separate heads for APAC & India

Luke Kang has been named APAC head.

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NEW DELHI: The Walt Disney Company has announced that it will have two separate leaders for APAC and India. The development comes weeks after Star & Disney India chairman and president – APAC Uday Shankar’s decision to step down.

In an internal memo to the organisation, The Walt Disney Company chairman international operations and direct-to-consumer Rebecca Campbell mentioned that a leader for India business will be announced in early 2021. In the interim period Star & Disney India head K Madhavan and Disney+ Hotstar head Sunil Ryan will report to her directly.

She further announced that Luke Kang will be the new president of The Walt Disney Company Asia Pacific. He will oversee the company’s business in Australia/New Zealand, Greater China, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia.

Kang will report into Campbell.

For the record, Uday Shankar resigned in October and will exit the organisation at the end of December. He is moving on to pursue an entrepreneurial career wherein he would support and mentor India’s young minds to create transformational solutions with funding from global investors.

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