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Network 18 ropes in Lakshmi Potluri as Chief of Staff-Web 18

Lakshmi Potluri has joined Web18 as Chief of Staff. She will be driving special projects and working with Manish Maheshwari who recently joined Network 18 from Flipkart.

Potluri comes with an entrepreneurial background and rich digital experience. She was the Co-founder and Managing Director of Jabong where she was integral in establishing and growing the company from inception. She was also the Country Head for Shopify, where she increased web traffic and merchant acquisition (more than 10x times) within 7 months. She also has extensive international corporate experience with leading companies such as Goldman Sachs in Hong Kong and IBM in the US.

Potluri has worked with companies like IBM, Goldman Sachs. She has 10 years of global experience across 4 continents in 10 countries with industry leaders in finance/retail strategy/entrepreneurship /general management in positions of increasing responsibility and volume. 

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