What comes to your mind when you hear Snapdeal? Kunal Bahl or is it that ‘I too started small but look at Snapdeal, they have gone light years ahead.’ I am amazed at how Snapdeal was able to establish itself on e-commerce space in India. How about hearing Kunal Bahl? He will join TechSparks Delhi RoundTable to tell us about Snapdeal.com, one of the biggest examples of rapid scale and success in the Indian startup eco-system. Please join me in welcoming him at the Delhi Roundtable. Come, join us, and get a chance to shake hands with the star (one of the stars) of e-commerce space in India.
Brief on Kunal’s background
Kunal manages the strategic vision, key business relationships, fundraising and growth plans for Snapdeal.com. He is an engineer from University of Pennsylvania, with a business degree from The Wharton School and an executive marketing program at Kellogg School of Management.
Kunal along with Rohit Bansal, started Snapdeal.com in February 2010, and has been instrumental in building it into one of the largest e-commerce platforms in India, with a wide assortment of products across various categories
His prior experiences also included product management and business development with Microsoft’s emerging markets group, and at Deloitte Consulting as a consultant in the company’s telecom practice in New York and Pennsylvania. He also launched a consumer product brand in the US. Kunal has won many accolades including QVC Consumer Innovation Award for a consumer product company. QVC is a $5 Billion home shopping channel in the US, owned by Comcast.
Kunal is passionate about financial markets, cults, politics and Yoga. Whenever he has time he spends lot of time in reading about travel literature, business drama, Leonardo da Vinci, and is also extremely fond of backpacking through remote parts of the world.
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