Ola's CFO Rajiv Bansal, COO (offline initiatives) Anuj Bhargava quits the company Top executives at Ola including Chief Financial Officer Rajiv Bansal, marketing lead Raghuvesh Sarup, and Chief Operating Officer for offline initiatives Anuj Bhargava have quit the company, according to this Mint report. Apart from this, Sriram V. Iyer, head of engineering at Ola, also quit the company, added the report. The cab-hailing company hired InMobi’s Sanjay Kharb and Cellwork’s CTO Pranav Tiwari as senior engineers to replace the exits, another Mint report pointed out. Rajiv Bansal joined Ola in November 2015, leading the company’s strategic finance initiatives. Bansal worked as an advisor to the CEO and board of Infosys before he joined Ola, before which he worked as the CFO for 3 years and as the VP and head of finance for over 13 years at Infosys. COO for offline initiatives Anuj Bhargava joined Ola in March last year and spearheaded the company’s offline projects like Ola Play. The top-level exits comes just a month after Ola announced a top deck shuffle wherein Chief Operating Officer Pranay Jivrajka was replaced by PepsiCo’s Vishal Kaul. It also hired ITC Limited’s Shalabh Seth as the CEO of Ola Fleet Technologies. Last month, Abhimanyu Rawal, the senior manager of Ola’s luxury business left the company. *** Top level executives Abhishek Kumar and Sandeep Komaravelly quits Snapdeal Ecommerce market place Snapdeal witnessed two top executives leaving the company in this month: Abhishek Kumar, the company’s head of corporate development and senior vice president Sandeep Komaravelly had put down…
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