Leadership @Snapdeal : CPO Anand Out. Govind Rajan : Freecharge CEO. Kunal Shah : Chairman

Kunal Shah, currently the CEO of FreeCharge will now be the Chairman of the Company. Govind, joined Freecharge in August 2015 and is currently the Chief Operating Officer at FreeCharge.
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Some leadership movement happening at Snapdeal.

CPO, Anand is leaving the company.

“Anand has done some stellar work on the product side at Snapdeal. His insights and attention to detail have helped us traverse quickly towards launching and improving products at Snapdeal. We wish Anand the very best for his entrepreneurial journey ahead.” [Snapdeal Official response/source]

Recently, Flipkart CPO, Punit Soni too left the company.

Govind Rajan is the new CEO @Freecharge

Govind, joined Freecharge in August 2015 and is currently the Chief Operating Officer at FreeCharge.

In a related move, Kunal Shah, currently the CEO of FreeCharge will now be the Chairman of the Company. Kunal Shah is the co-founder of the company, along with Sandeep Tandon. In April 2015, Snapdeal had acquired FreeCharge in the biggest deal that the e-commerce sector has seen in India till date.

“FreeCharge is built on a robust foundation of cutting-edge technology, superlative customer experience and a deep understanding of consumer needs. Kunal has built a great tech team and an iconic brand. It is a privilege to take the baton from him. We are fortunate to have his guidance as the Chairman and mentor-in-chief. I am very excited to carry forward our mission to build FreeCharge as India’s digital payments OS”. [Govind]

Maybe another 3 months and you will hear an update from Kunal Shah?

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