Co-founder of on-line meals supply platform Zomato Gaurav Gupta, a key determine within the run-up to the corporate’s IPO in July, has resigned.
In an e-mail despatched to workers at Zomato, Gupta – who was the top of provide – stated he can be beginning a brand new chapter after spending six years on the firm.
“I am taking a new turn in my life and will be starting a new chapter, taking a lot from this defining chapter of my life – the last 6 years at Zomato. We have a great team now to take Zomato forward, and it’s time for me to take an alternate path in my journey,” Gupta stated.
The co-founder stated he couldn’t have requested for extra and is so grateful for all of the experiences and grateful to all the oldsters round him for serving to him develop into a a lot better individual.
“I am in love with Zomato and will always be. Came in 6 years back not knowing what this would turn out to be. And what a mind-blowing and amazing journey this has been. Feel proud of where we are today, what we have overcome to get here and feel even more proud of what we will achieve in the future,” Gupta stated within the mail posted on the weblog of the corporate.
He additionally thanked the corporate’s founder and CEO Deepinder Goyal for making him part of the journey.
“Thank you Deepi for making me a part of this journey. I will always cherish the amazing times we have had together. I have learnt a lot from you all along and I know in my heart that you will take Zomato to heights that most cannot even imagine,” Gupta stated.
Replying to the mail, Deepinder Goyal thanked him for his efforts in serving to within the firm’s journey in the previous couple of years.
“Thank you, GG for every little thing you’ve got helped Zomato obtain over the previous couple of years. We have seen Zomato by way of nice in addition to horrible instances collectively and introduced it right here in the present day.
“There’s so much of our journey still ahead of us, and I am thankful that you are hanging your boots at a point where we have a great team and leadership to carry us forward,” Goyal stated.
Goyal additionally stated that he couldn’t but think about life on the firm with out him.
“Thank you for being a better friend to me than anyone else I’ve ever had. I can’t yet imagine everyday life at Zomato without you. You will be sorely missed. All the best!” Goyal stated.
Later in a tweet, Goyal stated, “Thank you @grvgpta – the last 6 years have been amazing and we have come very far. There’s so much of our journey still ahead of us, and I am thankful that we have a great team and leadership to carry us forward”.
Gupta was designated as a co-founder in 2019 and headed the availability perform at Zomato.
Shares of Zomato have been buying and selling at Rs 144.60 per scrip on BSE, up 0.98 per cent from its earlier shut.