News: TruKKer onboards Pranav Prasoon as Chief People Officer

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TruKKer onboards Pranav Prasoon as Chief People Officer

A seasoned HR professional, Pranav comes with almost two decades of experience across all HR domains.
TruKKer onboards Pranav Prasoon as Chief People Officer

Logistics and transportation company TruKKer appointed Pranav Prasoon as Chief People Officer (CPO) on November 17. In his new role, Pranav will work with TruKKer's leadership team in transforming people practices, culture and business evolution.

A seasoned HR professional, Pranav comes with almost two decades of experience across all HR domains - strategic HR business partnering, employee relations, learning and development, talent management, succession planning, talent attraction, HRMS implementation, change management, culture building, employer branding, diversity and Inclusion, and rewards.

Pranav has been instrumental in developing organisations, restructuring, designing C&B framework and spearheading people strategies.

In his earlier stints, Pranav was National Head HR for Coca-Cola, Head HR for Renault India, Vertical HR Head for Engineering in Renault Nissan Technical Centre, GM HR for Willow Logistics and Officer in Indian Army.

He is a Doctorate Research Scholar at SSBM, Geneva and a management degree from IIM, Lucknow.

Gaurav Biswas, Founder and CEO, TruKKer said, “You don't build business, you build people and the people build the business. We welcome Pranav to the TruKKer team and look forward to him making an enabling and performance driven culture.”

Pranav Prasoon, CPO, TruKKer, said, “TruKKer is MENA’s largest logi-tech start-up and has created a niche in just a few years. I look forward to making it an employer of choice and the best place to work.”

Headquartered in UAE, TruKKer is a logi-tech start-up with offices in nine countries including UAE, KSA, GCC,India, North Africa and Central Asia.

 

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