News: Decision Intelligence company Peak India appoints Preeti Ahuja as Head of People

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Decision Intelligence company Peak India appoints Preeti Ahuja as Head of People

The appointment comes months after Peak AI raised $75 million in Series C funding round in August.
Decision Intelligence company Peak India appoints Preeti Ahuja as Head of People

Peak India has announced the appointment of Preeti Ahuja as Head of People, India. The appointment made by UK based decision intelligence company was based on Ahuja’s vast experience of 16 years across different facets of Human Resource which includes Organisational Design & Development, Talent Management, Leadership Development, Mergers & Acquisitions, and HR Transformation.

As per the news first reported by ETHRWorld, Ahuja will be leading all facets of the HR function for the company, while upholding the diversity & inclusion goals and assisting the brand in evolving as a preferred global employer.

Previously, Ahuja was associated with GO MO Group AB as Head of People. Her work portfolio also includes management positions at Alfa Laval, Lear Corporation and Emerson.

The latest appointment comes months after Peak AI raised $75 Mn in the Series C funding round. It was led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2, with previous backers Oxx, MMC Ventures, Praetura Ventures and Arete also participating.

Commenting on her new role, Preeti Ahuja said, “I am excited about the opportunity to contribute to an organisation that is growing at this massive pace. I look forward to strengthening and driving this scale globally. I’m thrilled to join this vibrant team and look forward to working towards growth in the exciting times ahead.”.

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Topics: Leadership, Appointments, Recruitment

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