Singapore office will be servicing South East Asia and India as part of the company’s expanding work in APAC.
Pinterest, the picture-sharing social media platform, has launched an office in Singapore as the company seeks to increase growth and expand its presence in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. The company opened its first regional office in Tokyo in 2013.
Singapore office is the second office for Pinterest in the region and will be servicing South East Asia and India as part of the company’s expanding work in APAC.
The new office will be led by Ayumi Nakajima, Country Manager for South East Asia and India. She will focus on increasing the company’s growth in the region. The team will also support relationships with brands and publishers, and ensure that Pinterest offers the best-localized experience.
Nakajima said, “Pinterest has a growing, passionate audience across APAC who are using Pinterest for inspiration to create a life they love. There is a great opportunity for brands, publishers and creators on Pinterest to connect with these engaged users when they’re considering what to do or buy next.”
“With a team based in Singapore, we’ll be able to offer an even more relevant experience for our Pinners in one of our fastest-growing regions. So no matter where you’re from, Pinterest is serving you ideas that feel personalized for you,” she added.