Nothing hires former vice president of Samsung: it focuses strongly on the Indian market

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Nothing hires former vice president of Samsung: it focuses strongly on the Indian market

After announcing the partnership with Teenage Engineering on the aesthetic side of products, Nothing has announced through its CEO Carl Pei that the company has not only hired the former vice president of Samsung but he also provided some important information about the upcoming crowdfunding campaign dedicated to fans of the brand.

The first news came only yesterday and it is quite clear: the new brand has officially taken over Manu Sharman as General Manager of Nothing India and vice president of Nothing, in an attempt to grow rapidly especially on the Indian market thanks to the experience gained with the South Korean giant. After all, India is an extremely important country for companies in the tech world, as Samsung and OnePlus continually show us, so this move is certainly an important piece of the great puzzle that will define the future of Nothing.

But the company has added in the last few hours, via an Instagram post, some details on the already announced opportunity for users to invest in it: “We want you users to create this future together with us, not only by cheering us on from the stands but by being in the front row right from the start. That’s why we invite you to invest through this round of community funding, to become a shareholder of Nothing at the same price as the first institutional round led by GV. Shares worth $ 1.5 million will be available on a ‘first-come first-serve’ basis “.

To invest through this crowdfunding campaign, it is enough apply via the company’s website with a personal e-mail and then create an account on the Crowdcube website through the link provided by the company to purchase the shares of interest.

Finally, remember that Nothing has also acquired the Essential brand of Andy Rubin.

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