News: Agritech startup AgNext appoints Nitin Kochhar as chief business officer

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Agritech startup AgNext appoints Nitin Kochhar as chief business officer

Kochhar, who was earlier the chief business officer with WhiteHat Jr, will be responsible for driving AgNext’s business expansion in domestic and international markets.
Agritech startup AgNext appoints Nitin Kochhar as chief business officer

Agritech startup AgNext has onboarded business veteran Nitin Kochhar as its chief business officer to drive business expansion in domestic and international markets. 

Kochhar is a business leader with over 16 years of experience in building and scaling businesses across sectors such as edtech, e-commerce, logistics, among others. He will play a critical role in the development and expansion of AgNext’s business verticals, as the company continues to see accelerated demand for its offerings.

Prior to joining AgNext, Kochhar was working with WhiteHat Jr. as chief business officer and building new channels to drive the growth of the organisation for global expansion. He has worked with India’s leading companies like ITC Limited, Flipkart, Shopclues, Rivigo, among others. 

“We are delighted to welcome Nitin as the newest member of our tribe. As a global leader, he will play a pivotal role in steering and leading sales, both in India and overseas. His extensive experience in building start-ups will be instrumental to help AgNext scale rapidly and take our solutions and services to diverse markets,” said Taranjeet Singh Bhamra, founder and CEO, AgNext.

“There are many unsolved challenges and opportunities in agriculture, which can only be addressed with core technological excellence. I am thrilled to join AgNext and be a part of their mission to build a digitized ecosystem for quality-based food trade. With an established deep-tech strength, AgNext has positioned itself as an agritech leader and I look forward to furthering the mission of the company to transform agri-food value chains and make them fairer, safer, faster and more transparent,” added Kochhar.

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