IndiaMART, an online marketplace connecting buyers and suppliers, has appointed of Mudit Khosla as senior vice president, brand solutions group. As an integral part of the company’s leadership team, he will be devising innovative strategies and managing effective implementation of the same for smooth functioning of the big brands associated with IndiaMART.
With over 16 years of experience in building e-commerce companies from scratch and scaling them up rapidly, Khosla has played a key role in setting up of Indiatimes Shopping. He was also a part of the core founding team of Yatra.com and has served as CEO at organizations like Seventymm.com and Tradus.com (Ibibo Group).
Speaking on the new appointment, Dinesh Agarwal, founder and CEO, IndiaMART says, “Mudit would play a pivotal role in driving the company’s strategy to cater to the sourcing and selling requirements of the big organizations. He brings with him rich, varied and elaborate knowledge in the domain of Business Development and Brand Building which will be instrumental in taking IndiaMART to the next pedestal.”
Commenting on his roles and responsibilities, Khosla notes, “I am excited to be a part of the country’s leading online marketplace which is poised to ride upon a stellar growth gradient by catering to the specific requirements of buyers and suppliers, encompassing individuals, SMBs as well as larger enterprises. I am looking forward to being a part of the inspiring journey that lies ahead for IndiaMART and add value at each stage.”
IndiaMART offers a platform and tools to over 14 million buyers to search from over 25.7 million products and get connected with over 1.8 million reliable and competitive suppliers. Founded in 1996, the company’s mission is ‘to make doing business, easy’. The company has over 2800 employees located across over 55 offices in the country. Its existing investors include Intel Capital and Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.
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