Adobe aspires to run global companies from India, says CEO Narayen

Adobe Chairman and CEO Shantanu Narayen said on Saturday that the software major’s aspirations for India are not just about products, but about running global businesses from the country.

He also said that the company‘s employees in India are responsible for the bulk of all aspects of Adobe’s business.

“Our aspirations for India are not just related to products, they are related to running global businesses from India. We run complete businesses from India.

“We are investing disproportionately in India, and that trend will continue,” Narayen said at the Economic Times’ virtual World Business Summit.

He said there is a lot of pioneering engineering work going on in India and that Adobe will continue to expand its footprint and presence in the country.

“I’m long India so I would definitely bet India,” Narayen said.

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