News: Advantage Club appoints Saurabh Jain as chief financial officer

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Advantage Club appoints Saurabh Jain as chief financial officer

Jain brings more than 20 years of experience building and scaling B2B and B2C companies and has a proven track record of driving growth.
Advantage Club appoints Saurabh Jain as chief financial officer

Employee engagement platform Advantage Club has recently appointed Saurabh Jain as chief financial officer (CFO). Jain will partner with the leadership team at Advantage Club on overall business strategy and critical process improvements, crafting its next successful chapter.

Commerce graduate from Shri Ram College of Commerce and also a chartered accountant, Jain brings more than 20 years of experience building and scaling B2B and B2C companies and has a proven track record of driving growth. He brings deep finance, leadership, and strategic management expertise across sectors like telecom, BPO, travel, food tech, and fintech.

In his most recent role, Jain served as head of finance at Mobikwik as an integral member of the team that oversaw the wallet business catering to hyper-growth companies. Previously, he managed several critical portfolios with renowned organisations like Bharti Airtel, Tata Docomo, InterGlobe Enterprises and Zomato.

On his appointment, Saurabh Jain said, "I look forward to using my experience and knowledge to support the strategic vision to accelerate the organization's rapid growth in this dynamic market scenario".

Sourabh Deorah, Co-Founder & CEO of Advantage Club, added, "As we are becoming a multi-country organisation with entities in four different countries, it is part of our strategy to build the leadership team. With Saurabh's expertise in finance and leadership experience, we are confident that he will help us to scale up our product and services to the next level."

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