Zopper ropes in Domino’s ex-Senior VP Harneet Singh

New Delhi, Sept 9 (ANI): Zopper, India’s largest hyper local mobile market place, announced a valuable addition to its leadership team today. Featuring over 5,00,000 offline retailers, Zopper appointed Harneet Singh as its Chief Business Officer.

A veteran in the industry, Harneet Singh is an accomplished marketing and business leader with in-depth consumer marketing and business building experience.

Having in depth knowledge about sales, marketing, operations and PR verticals, Harneet Singh was associated with Domino’s Pizza India as a senior vice president.

Handling marketing, E-commerce, he played a key role in building Domino’s into India’s largest food services brand. He was also instrumental in setting up India’s first “Hyper Local On-Demand Food Delivery

E-Commerce and M-Commerce” platform.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Neeraj Jain, Co-founder & CEO, Zopper said, “we are extremely glad to welcome someone with Harneet’s work experience and reputation on board as he brings in extensive consumer marketing and marketplace know-how to the table which will be of considerable help in shaping the future strategies at Zopper.”

He also added, “With Harneet as a part of our leadership team, we are confident that we will be able to leverage his extensive brand building skills and expertise in order to establish Zopper as the most recognisable go-to option in the Indian hyperlocal market landscape.”

Bagging several awards, Harneet also has’Marketer of the Year 2015′ award by DMAi in his kitty. He has also featured amongst the ‘Top 20 Marketing Masterminds of India 2014’ by World Consulting and Research Corp (WCRC) and Brands Illustrated amongst other recognitions.

Besides this, he also won the ‘Best Digital Integrated Campaign 2014’ at India Digital Awards, many other awards for Digital Marketing excellence and led Domino’s Pizza to the pole position as ‘India’s Most Exciting Brands 2015’ in the Foods Services Category in Economic Times Brand Equity Report.

Zopper looks at large-scale expansion plans with the ease and convenience of online shopping with the familiarity and trust factor of the traditional brick-and-mortar shops.

Currently present in 15 cities, the company plans to expand its services across 30 Indian cities within the next 12 months. (ANI)

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