Paytm (One97 Communications), announced the selection of Premanshu Singh as Senior VP (Vice President) of the brand. Singh will be involved in financial services vertical within Paytm. His reporting will be to Amit Nayyar, President of Paytm (One97 Communications).
Prior to this new roles & responsibilities at Paytm, Premanshu Singh was leading Coverfox as CEO (chief executive officer). He worked with Coverforx for approx three years.
Commenting on the appointment of Premanshu Singh as Seniors VP,
Amit Nayyar, President- Paytm said, “ We are excited to welcome Premanshu, who brings a wide range of experience in traditional industries as well in the digital ecosystem. As we deepen our presence in various segments of financial services, we continue to expand our leadership team to focus on multiple opportunities and possibilities that our Paytm ecosystem offers.”
Premanshu Singh said, “I am excited to be a part of a great entrepreneurial ecosystem. As India aspires to be a $5 trillion economy, building the next set of products and services for the end-user is going to be our focus.”
Premanshu Singh has more than 17 years of industry experience with some of the top leading FMCG organizations- like ITC, Johnson & Johnson as well as top internet and digital commerce companies. In his past experiance, he has served as Head of Marketing at Practo and head of Emerging Business, Sales Strategy and International at Shaadi.com. The differences he brought into these businesses have helped these organizations expand their businesses and grow. He also launched an eCommerce platform named a2zbaby. As a qualification, Premanshu Singh has a master degree (MBA) from the (IIM) Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad and has done Executive Program from INSEAD.
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