New Delhi. Gaurav Gupta, co-founder of online food delivery company Zomato, has resigned from the company after a tenure of six years. Gupta was most recently Head of Supply at the listed company.
In an email to everyone in the company, he said, “I am taking a new turn in my life and will start a new chapter in my life taking a lot from the defining chapter of last 6 years in Zomato.” “We now have a great team to take Zomato forward and it is time for me to take an alternate path in my journey. I am very emotional as I write this and I don’t think any words can do it justice.” How am I feeling right now?”
Zomato CEO Deepinder Goyal took to Twitter to thank Gupta and said that the company has a great team and leadership to carry on its journey.
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Goyal said, “Thank you at the rate G R V G PTA The last 6 years have been amazing and we have come a long way. We still have a long journey ahead, and I am grateful that we have us to take us forward. A great team and leadership.”
The resignations came just days after the company decided to wind down its grocery delivery and nutraceutical business. Gupta was the key figure in launching the company’s nutraceutical business.
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Gupta joined Zomato in 2015 as business head for table reservations and was promoted to co-founder in 2019 to focus on launching the company’s nutrition business. That vertical was officially closed last week. He was also part of the team that launched Zomato Pro and looked at ways to improve the merchant experience on the platform.
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