News: Zivame appoints Monish Kaul as chief technology and product officer

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Zivame appoints Monish Kaul as chief technology and product officer

Prior to his appointment at Zivame, Kaul served in leadership roles with Halodoc, Mfine, Myntra and Intel.
Zivame appoints Monish Kaul as chief technology and product officer

Intimate wear brand Zivame has announced the appointment of Monish Kaul as its chief technology and product officer (CTPO). 

Kaul has over a decade of experience in helping to build organisations that deliver innovative solutions by applying cutting-edge methodologies and managing, engineering and product teams in the digital economy. 

Prior to his appointment at Zivame, he served in leadership roles with Halodoc, Mfine, Myntra and Intel. Kaul’s academic credentials include an executive program in Management from SC Johnson School of Business, Cornell University and a Computer Sciences major from Jaypee University of Information Technology.

“At Zivame we strive to offer the best-in-class user experience for our consumers and Monish’s leadership will help further strengthen and elevate this. His technological expertise across data driven consumer products and growth platforms will play an essential role in strengthening our operations in readiness for the next phase of growth,” said Lavanya Pachisia, chief operating officer, Zivame.

“Over the years, Zivame has been enabling women across the country to shop uninhibitedly for intimate wear. Our aim will be to consolidate consumer needs in the category and enrich consumer experience with hyper-personalised and secure outcomes via our omni-channel shopping platforms. We aim to build platforms and products which further increase the customer love we take so much pride in,” added Kaul. 

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