Campaign India Team
Apr 30, 2020

ShareChat's chief business officer Sunil Kamath exits

Farid Ahsan, COO, handed additional business and revenue mandate

ShareChat's chief business officer Sunil Kamath exits
ShareChat has announced that its chief business officer, Sunil Kamath, has moved on from his role.
Kamath, who is leaving for personal reasons, will be replaced by Farid Ahsan, COO, ShareChat.  
 
Satyajit Deb Roy, Satyen Kishan and Debasmita Ghosh will continue with their role as regional leaders for ad solutions while recently appointed Sudhir Sundrani will lead the ad inventory management for ShareChat.
 
Ahsan said, “ShareChat is thankful for Sunil’s immense contribution. This is an emotional moment for us. We understand and support his decision to step down for personal reasons and are grateful for his many accomplishments. We wish him the very best for his future endeavours. We are equally confident that the team will continue with its effort in taking ShareChat to greater heights.”
 
Kamath said, "ShareChat is silently leading the social media revolution and emerged as the platform-of-choice for any regional outreach. It has been my honour to work with the great team at ShareChat. I am proud of the accomplishments we have achieved together and put ShareChat on a fast-growth track. While I move on to discover more excitement in my professional journey, I wish ShareChat the very best.”
 
Kamath had joined the company in 2017. 
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