The last week of December 2017 witnessed just one major move. Softbank's Lydia Jett has joined the Flipkart board.\r\n\r\nAfter stepping down from the Snapdeal board around two weeks ago, SoftBank\u2019s Lydia Jett joined the board of homegrown ecommerce unicorn Flipkart. Jett currently serves as a consumer Internet and ecommerce investor of SoftBank Vision Fund, which infused $2 Bn-$2.5 Bn funding into Flipkart earlier this year.\r\n\r\nShe is currently based out of San Francisco and her other investments include Indonesian online marketplace Tokopedia, Silicon Valley-based robotics company Fetch Robotics and Florida-based sports ecommerce company Fanatics.\r\n\r\nAn MBA graduate from Stanford University, \u00a0Lydia Jett previously worked as an Investment Banking Analyst at J.P. Morgan and Principal Investment Area Associate at Goldman Sachs.\r\n\r\n\u00a0Jett stepped down from the Snapdeal board in October, following the breakdown of merger talks between Flipkart-Snapdeal merger after 3 months of negotiations.\r\n\r\nThe developments comes just two weeks after,\u00a0SoftBank\u2019s Kabir Misra recently\u00a0joined\u00a0the board of Paytm\u2019s parent company, One97 Communications.\r\n\r\nApart from that, Saurabh Jalan also\u00a0joined\u00a0the Snapdeal board as an Additional Director earlier this month. Lately, SoftBank has appointed new representatives for its portfolio companies in India, and Lydia Jett\u2019s appointment seems to be the latest one.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nSoftBank has been the key investor of Indian startups in 2017, owing to its $100 Bn Vision Fund. Its big-ticket investments include the\u00a0$2.5 Bn\u00a0in ecommerce giant Flipkart,\u00a0$1.4 Bn\u00a0in fintech platform Paytm, a\u00a0$1.1 Bn\u00a0round in cab aggregator Ola and a\u00a0$250 Mn\u00a0round in hospitality startup OYO Rooms.