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Ashish Kumar to lead Technology at askmeBazaar

askmeBazaar has roped in Ashish Kumar
to lead technology and increase its focus on optimizing buyer
acquisition. Ashish is a serial entrepreneur and has started multiple
tech companies in the last decade, with a couple of successful exits
to his name. Prior to starting his engagement with askmeBazaar,
Ashish was CEO (India) at BSE listed Kellton Tech, a software
services firm that acquired his last company.

askmeBazaar has roped in Ashish Kumar
to lead technology and increase its focus on optimizing buyer
acquisition. Ashish is a serial entrepreneur and has started multiple
tech companies in the last decade, with a couple of successful exits
to his name. Prior to starting his engagement with askmeBazaar,
Ashish was CEO (India) at BSE listed Kellton Tech, a software
services firm that acquired his last company.

Talking about Ashish joining the
company, Kiran Murthi, CEO, askmeBazaar, said, “askmeBazaar is
focused on a team that can meet its goals of bringing more and more
SMEs on the ecommerce marketplace and enable it to move ahead in its
second phase of growth. Ashish’s joining askmeBazaar as the
technology head is move in this direction. Ashish is an alumnus of
IIT Kanpur and someone who has worked across multiple countries with
varied sized companies. His indepth understanding of the ecommerce
industry will be of vital importance to the company and its growth.”

“I am deeply impressed with
askmeBazaar’s team and vision of using technology to reach out to 900
million users of this country – something that even very well funded
e-commerce players aren’t focusing too much on. I have spent enough
years in small-town India to realize the value a company like
askmeBazaar can add to sellers in a country like ours, and that
excites me,” said Mr. Ashish Kumar, Head of Technology,
askmeBazaar.

“If I am successful in what we are
trying to build at askmeBazaar, my aunts in small town India will
love me more for making their life easier – something that they can’t
say for their other nephews who are working with other e-commerce
players in the country”, added Kumar, who has created companies
with strong profit-margins earlier.

 

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