Mozilla has more than 10,000 Mozilla community members spread out in India which gives it a unique advantage to actualize anything it needs on the ground.
Firefox browser-maker Mozilla is looking to partner with device makers in India, especially handset makers, to offer its web technology-based products and solutions, while the company is also exploring the potential market and opportunities in the country.
In an interaction with Economic Times, Charles P.C. Chen, head of business development, Asia, Mozilla stated that they are looking to partner with handset makers in India. He further informed that they are working with Chinese OEMs who can also be Mozilla’s partners in India.
India – A lucrative market
Even though Mozilla doesn’t have an office in India currently, the company says it has more than 10,000 Mozilla community members spread out in India which gives it a unique advantage to actualize anything it needs on the ground.
Joe Cheng, head of product, Asia, Mozilla further commented that Mozilla wants to launch products that are relevant for users in India. for which they are brainstorming and ideating with their existing partners to see if there’s an opportunity for them.
Mozilla has been one of the key players in the privacy debate across the world and the company also held a round table conference in December last year to discuss ‘Privacy Matters in India’.
Talking about the company’s well-known lean data policy, Cheng explained that Mozilla collects data only when it needs help to improve its product.