DEN Snapdeal TV-Shop appoints Amarjot Brar as Chief of Business Operations, Amit Katyal as Head of Finance
DEN Snapdeal TV-Shop (DSTS), has announced two significant appointments in the senior management team—Amarjot Brar as the Chief of Business Operations and Amit Katyal as the Head of Finance.
Brar will be responsible for the operational execution for the company. This charter will enable DEN Snapdeal TV-Shop to integrate its operational capabilities across production, distribution, supply chain, sales & customer service. While Katyal will be overseeing the finance operations as the company is taking the next big leap towards scaling and reaching more homes through DTH. Their experience in start-ups - setting up of financially sound businesses in India and ability to function in a fast paced dynamic environment makes them suited for these roles at DEN Snapdeal TV Shop.
Both individuals are thorough professionals with almost two decades of experience in their respective fields. Brar has worked across diverse sectors like Telecom, Digital Media, Outsourcing, FMCG and Consulting Companies, and has worked with Start-ups and steady state operations. Prior to joining DEN Snapdeal TV-Shop, he has worked with Askme and set up Business Excellence, Quality and Customer management across organisations like IBM, Virgin Mobile and Wipro.
Katyal carries prolific knowledge in the Finance Function with over fifteen years of experience. Prior to joining DEN Snapdeal TV-Shop, Amit served as Head finance at digital media group TO THE NEW, India division.
Commenting on the appointments, Maneesh Goel, CEO Den Snapdeal TV- Shop said, “We welcome both Amarjot and Amit in our team. We are taking the next big leap towards scaling and reaching more homes through DTH. Their invaluable experience in start-ups and ability to function in a fast paced dynamic environment will strengthen our operational capabilities as well as finance functions across production, distribution, supply chain, sales & customer service.”
“The penetration that TV shopping industry makes it a very developing space to be present in. I am excited to lead the TV-Shop operations for such a challenging & nascent market,” Brar said, commenting on his appointment.
Katyal, on his appointment, said, “I look forward to joining an industry modernising and reshaping at such great speed. I wish to continue to create value for our customers, sellers and investors.”
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