Nikhil Rungta appointed Chief Business Officer

March 5, 2022 10:39 am0 commentsViews: 8

New Delhi: Google India’s  Country Marketing Head, Nikhil Rungta has joined as CBO (Chief Business Officer) . He will be responsible for the strategy, planning and execution of the company’s sales, marketing & product development.

“We are extremely happy to welcome Nikhil to the Yebhi team. He brings with him wealth of experience and knowledge after serving more than 15 years with leading organizations .We are confident that he will have a similar success at,” Manmohan Agarwal, CEO, Big Shoe Bazaar said.

Nikhil was the Country Marketing Head at Google since 2009. He was responsible for all Google products including Search, Youtube, Chrome, Google+, Android etc. He was instrumental in the changing the perception of Youtube as a top destination of premium video content including bollywood, cricket and music, with some very interesting marketing he was also able to help make Chrome the No.1 browser in the Indian market. He also launched ecosystem shaping initiatives like Get India Business Online (GIBO) and the Great Online Shopping Festival (GOSF).

Prior to Google he was the Head of Marketing for where he was a part of the leadership team. He helped build as one of the leading travel brands in the country. His impressive 15-year career in Sales and Marketing includes work across various categories like FMCG, Consumer Durables, Finance, IT and Travel Services. Nikhil is one of the few marketing leader in the country who has a deep understanding of both traditional (offline) and the new age (online) marketing.

Nikhil Rungta, added: “This is a new challenge and I am very excited as I get onto this new journey. I will be teeing off with a new TV campaign based on the concept of ‘Try and Buy’. The new feature ‘Try n Buy’ initiated by Yebhi will be the game changer for the E-commerce category and will help in taking the category to the next level. The campaign came from a deep understanding of how consumers buy online and the fact that one of the biggest barriers to purchase is lack of touch and feel of the product. Now the consumer can order products through and only buy after trying or checking out the product.”

“In the last few years has built a great ecommerce business with a impressive catalog of products and best-in-class fulfillment, the third pillar they want to now strengthen is brand building. Having build brands like, Chrome and Youtube in India, this is tailor-made  opportunity for me”.


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