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Careers360 strengthens top management team

14-June-2017
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Careers360 strengthens top management team

EdTech company Careers360 has announced a major beefing up of its top management team to make its product and technology offerings bigger and better.

Arastu Zakia, earlier CEO of CollegeBol, has joined as Chief Product Officer. He would be leading the Product, Technology and Design Teams at Careers360 and would work towards strengthening the platform to fulfill the needs of the Student-College-Employer ecosystem.

"In the private space, Careers360 is the best placed entity to make an impact on a higher education aspirant's life. The credibility and adoption of the brand are extremely impressive and I hope to work along with my talented teams to take the platform to the next level in terms of fulfilling students' needs as well as delighting them with a great experience," said Zakia.

Prateek Shrivastava, CPO and member of founding team of CollegeDekho.com, has joined as Chief Strategy Officer. He will be heading a team geared to explore new initiatives that the EdTech Company must explore as a business opportunity.

”Education a key priority for India’s demographics. With smart phone and internet penetration at an all-time high, we at Careers360 will create innovative EdTech solutions, enabling students in the remote corners of India to learn, make better choices,” said Shrivastava.

Maheshwer Peri, Founder, Careers360, said, "It is imperative that we think of growing the current business while exploring, investing and creating new business opportunities. The new additions to our team would enable us to do this better. We hope to invest in at least two more new businesses by the end of 2018.”

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