Amar Nagaram quits as Myntra 'CEO'

Amar Nagaram quits as Myntra 'CEO'

23rd October 2021, Mumbai:

After leading the online fashion retailer Myntra for three years, Amar Nagaram has quit as its chief executive officer to pursue his own venture.

Nagaram joined Myntra in 2019 replacing Ananth Narayanan who stepped down from the post of chief executive officer of Myntra and Jabong. During that time, he was a vice-president at Flipkart. In his seven-year-long stint at Flipkart that time, Nagaram had largely worked on Flipkart’s consumer-facing mobile and web platforms. Under his leadership, the company (Myntra and Jabong combined) continued to execute the growth strategy and leverage synergies with Flipkart as appropriate. The leadership at Myntra and Jabong allowed the business to continue on its strong and sustainable growth trajectory.

Prior to Flipkart, Nagaram worked as an engineer at Walmart Labs with CTO and SVP to drive and evangelize the development of an interactive, effective next-generation platform for e-commerce. He also helped set up the Walmart Labs India center.

Myntra Engineering – Medium


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