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Movers and Shakers Of The Week [23 -28 Dec]

Movers and Shakers Of The Week [23 -28 Dec]

Ather Energy has appointed Deepak Jain as the chief financial officer

Lendingkart has appointed Anmol Rastogi as VP of product management

USIBC has appointed Rajan Navani as a board member

We bring to you the latest edition of movers and shakers of the week in the Indian startup ecosystem.

Bengaluru-based electric two-wheelers maker Ather Energy has appointed Deepak Jain as the chief financial officer. Jain brings over 20 years of experience across global brands such as First Advantage, Apple India, P&G and Gillette.

Specialised in conceptualising, leading and executing business expansion strategies in manufacturing, trading and services business environments, Jain will play a key role in Ather’s expansion plans.

Founded in 2013 by Swapnil Jain and Tarun Mehta, Ather Energy designs and sells electric two-wheeler vehicles for the Indian market.

Here’s a look at the other important movers and shakers of the week

Lendingkart Appoints Anmol Rastogi As Product Management VP

Ahmedabad-based leading tech startup Lendingkart has appointed Anmol Rastogi as vice president of product management. With over 10 years of industry experience, Rastogi will be responsible for managing Lendingkart’s product lifecycle and the responsible teams.

Rastogi joins Lendingkart from Tala, a financial services company where he served as India Product Leader. Prior to Tala, he has also worked with Paytm wherein he was leading a team of product managers, analysts and operations.

Founded in 2014 by Harshvardhan Lunia and Mukul Sachan, Lendingkart is an instant working capital finance platform that provides SMEs with easy access to credit and working capital.

Global Board of USIBC Appoints Rajan Navani

U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s US-India Business Council (USIBC) has appointed Rajan Navani, vice chairman and MD of JetLine Group, as a board member. With this appointment, Navani joins the distinguished list of global and Indian CEOs and senior leaders on USIBC’s 35-member board.

Formed in 1975, the USIBC serves as a direct link between businesses of the two largest democracies of the world. The council aims to serve as the voice of the industry, supporting long-term partnerships that will nurture the spirit of entrepreneurship, create jobs, and successfully contribute to the global economy.

Stay tuned for the next edition of Movers and Shakers of the week!