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Snapdeal appoints former Zoomcar Senior VP Mayank Jain as Head of Growth

29-April-2016
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Snapdeal appoints former Zoomcar Senior VP Mayank Jain as Head of Growth

Snapdeal has announced the appointment of Mayank Jain as Head of Growth. A seasoned professional with over 10 years of experience, Jain joins Snapdeal after a successful stint with Zoomcar where he led the Products and Analytics, and Digital Marketing functions. He has also worked at Mu Sigma Business solutions, Advanta Corp and Capital One prior to that.

At Snapdeal, Jain will be leading user growth strategy and focus on harnessing the value of analytics to build a high performing growth strategy. He will play a pivotal role in building a roadmap for the company’s vision of achieving 20 million daily transacting users by 2020.

Rohit Bansal, Co-Founder, Snapdeal said, “We are thrilled to welcome Mayank. He brings on-board a rich understanding of using analytics for growth. As we are working towards our vision of 20 million daily transacting users, I am sure he will add tremendous value and further fuel our growth”.

Speaking about his appointment, Jain said, “I am excited to join the Snapdeal team on this exciting journey of building the most reliable and frictionless commerce ecosystem of the country. Analytics will play a key role in shaping this ecosystem and I look forward to making a significant contribution towards this goal.”

Jain holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT Delhi.

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