OYO Hotels appoints ex-IndiGo president Aditya Ghosh as CEO, India & South Asia
Aditya Ghosh credited with turning IndiGo into one of the largest and the most profitable airline in India.
Published - Nov 15, 2018 5:02 PM Updated: Nov 15, 2018 5:02 PM
Hospitality start-up OYO Hotels has appointed former IndiGo President Aditya Ghosh as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for India and South Asia market. The appointment will reportedly come into effect from December 1, 2018. He will be reporting to Founder and Group Chief Executive Officer of OYO Ritesh Agarwal.
Announcing the appointment Agarwal tweeted:
Ghosh is credited with turning IndiGo into one of the largest and the most profitable airline in India. He stepped down in July this year.
On Ghosh’s appointment, media reports quoted Agarwal as saying, “His business acumen, his problem-solving capabilities, and his customer-centric approach to innovation that helped him build an influential brand that is loved by all and makes him an excellent choice for OYO Hotels.”
Ghosh reportedly said, “What excites me the most about OYO Hotels is the company’s single-minded focus to deliver value to customers and asset owners. To achieve that we need to continue to foster a culture that attracts the best and brightest minds, and I am very proud to have been given a chance to partner in this effort.”
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