MakeMyTrip Appoints Gobibo’s Co-founder Deepak Tuli As SVP, Growth Business

Deepak has joined MakeMyTrip as Senior Vice-President-Growth Business. In his new role, Deepak will focus on building and implementing strategies for growing new business lines in the accommodations segment for the company. Deepak’s appointment is to further strengthen its leadership team.
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MakeMyTrip has appointed Deepak Tuli, former Co-Founder and COO at Goibibo.

Deepak joins MakeMyTrip as Senior Vice-President-Growth Business. In his new role, Deepak will focus on building and implementing strategies for growing new business lines in the accommodations segment for the company.

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Rajesh Magow, Co-Founder and CEO-India, MakeMyTrip, said, We are very excited to have Deepak join our leadership team. His rich experience, deep understanding and knowledge of the diverse aspects of the travel e-commerce ecosystem will be a valuable asset as we ready ourselves for the next phase of growth. Accommodations space in the country is growing at a fast pace and is a key focus area at MakeMyTrip. We are confident that under Deepak’s leadership, we will further strengthen our presence in this space. We welcome Deepak into the MakeMyTrip family and wish him an exciting journey ahead.”

Prior to Goibibo, Deepak was a part of the launch team at Yatra, where he setup the non-air business for the company.

Deepak’s appointment is in line with the company’s efforts to further strengthen its leadership team.

Saujanya Shrivastava joined in January 2015 as Chief Marketing Officer. He was previously the CMO at Bharti AXA Life Insurance. MakeMyTrip also appointed Anshuman Bapna Chief Products Officer in July 2015. He was the founder of MyGola.com, which was acquired by MakeMyTrip in April 2015.

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