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Shadowfax announces two senior hires

Before joining Shadowfax, Gupta was a Deputy Director at Myntra where his role included driving the business growth for private brands.

ET Bureau|
Apr 18, 2019, 10.34 PM IST
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Shadowfax has recently announced its expansion in China market.
Logistics player Shadowfax has brought on board two senior hires to its leadership team. Praveen Kumar KJ has joined as the Chief Financial Officer and Rohit Gupta as the Vice President, Business Development and Strategy at Shadowfax.

The company has multiplied its capabilities three-times, since its inception and has projected a 150% year-on-year growth for the next five years. The newly hired leaders will play a crucial role in maintaining Shadowfax’s overall growth momentum in the long run.

Kumar brings with him two decades worth of industry experience, 12 of which he spent at OnMobile, prior to joining Shadowfax. With a new CFO, Shadowfax aims to focus on consistency, quality control, business planning along with financial acumen for overall robust growth in the long run.

Before joining Shadowfax, Gupta was a Deputy Director at Myntra where his role included driving the business growth for private brands. At Shadowfax, he leads the business development for the e-commerce and hyper-local logistics business.

"Both Praveen and Rohit bring with them deep technical knowledge and leadership abilities in their respective roles to help us maintain a steady growth through our next stage of progression and beyond”, said Abhishek Bansal, Co-Founder &CEO, Shadowfax.

Shadowfax has recently announced its expansion in China market. By 2021 Shadowfax aims to connect 4 lakh new businesses and Delivery Partners to its platform, up from the current 40,000 connections.

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