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Voylla ropes in retail experts for key leadership roles,goes aggressive on expansion

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Voylla ropes in retail experts for key leadership roles,goes aggressive on expansion

Voylla Fashions Pvt Ltd has announced key appointments of Tapan Roychoudhury as Head of Offline Channels and Prashant Sharma as Head of Finance. The company also has plans to bring on board more than 300 people across divisions along with

Roychoudhury comes with an experience of over 20 years with reputed Retail Organizations such as Fab India and Sahara across Gulf and India. And Sharma comes with over 15 years of experience in gamut of Finance and Commercial domain. His last assignment was with Bata Zambia as Finance Director. Prior to that, Sharma headed Retail and Non- Retail Finance functions with Bata India Limited based at Gurgaon and was a key member of leadership team.

Commenting on the new appointments, Vishwas Shringi, CEO & Founder of Voylla Fashions Pvt Ltd said, “We are in an exciting phase at present and are glad to have people who want to be an integral part of this growth story. As we get aggressive on our expansion plans, we’ll be strengthening our task force at all levels and have fresh and experienced talent join us. With Tapan Roychoudhury and Prashant Sharma bringing in their domain expertise into the system, Voylla for sure is expected to gain a lot.”

Shringi further added, “Since the beginning we try to create a conducive environment for our employees see our employees happy and motivated.” Voylla has a flat hierarchy structure instead of a tall hierarchy, therefore, focusing on empowerment of employees and giving them more autonomy rather than adhering to the chain of command. Voylla doesn’t compromise on choosing its team wisely

According to the press statement, with the current expansion phase, the Jaipur based eCommerce player is aggressively looking at hiring talent for Retail, Tech, Manufacturing, Marketing and Merchandising. It already constitutes a highly talented employee base of 180 employees that includes graduates from premier institutes including IITs, IIMs, NIT, NIFTs. By end of next year, Voylla will be looking at hiring 75 fresh graduates from these and other reputed institutes.


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