News: PropTiger.com co-founder Prashan Agarwal exits

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PropTiger.com co-founder Prashan Agarwal exits

The Noida-based firm has also announced other leadership changes to build on its recent growth and expansion.

Rupert Murdoch-backed website PropTiger.com today said its co-founder Prashan Agarwal has exited the company after over four years of association to pursue other entrepreneurial opportunities. The Noida-based firm has also announced other leadership changes to build on its recent growth and expansion. It has appointed Sunil Mishra as Chief Business Officer, while Rohit Hasteer and Neeraj Chaturvedi have joined the firm as Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Marketing Officer respectively. “As we embark upon our next phase of growth, we need to have a strongly defined alignment of roles and responsibilities that will help drive speed and intensity of execution,” PropTiger.com co-founder and CEO Dhruv Agarwala said. Asked if Prashan Agarwal has sold his stake in the firm, Agarwala declined to comment saying “it is a private matter and I am not at liberty to share the information.” PropTiger.com has mandated Mishra, who will be based in Mumbai, to lead the company’s new homes business including business development, sales and collections. He was previously the CEO of Karvy Private Wealth and has been associated withBharti Airtel, Reliance Communications, WorldTel and KPMG Consulting. Hasteer will handle human resources including talent acquisition and leadership development, while Chaturvedi will be responsible for building the company’s brand and leveraging its new acquisitions. Last month, PropTiger.com had acquired rival Makaan.com for an undisclosed amount, to ramp up its presence in the secondary property market. It is aggressively expanding its presence, especially after News Corp took a 25 per cent stake in Elara Technologies Pte Ltd, which owns PropTiger.com, for USD 30 million (Rs 185 crore) in November 2014.\

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