Amazon’s Nikhil Sareen joins VAHDAM Teas as chief business officer

By: |
Published: May 26, 2020 9:11 PM

Sareen will help the company usher in the next level of growth and will run the online P&L for the company including e-commerce, D2C, technology, and supply chain

Sareen was among the startup leadership team setting up Amazon’s e-commerce business in IndiaSareen was among the startup leadership team setting up Amazon’s e-commerce business in India

Tea brand VAHDAM Teas has appointed Nikhil Sareen as the chief business officer for their online business. In his new role, Sareen will help the company usher in the next level of growth and will run the online P&L for the company including e-commerce, D2C, technology, and supply chain.

With over 10 years of experience, Sareen has founded Schoolkart.com, an e-commerce store selling school merchandise, which raised external capital and reached scale. He recently exited the business. He was also among the startup leadership team setting up Amazon’s e-commerce business in India. Sareen is an alumnus of the Indian School of Business.

Sareen will report into the founder and CEO, Bala Sarda. “Nikhil is an experienced leader. We look forward to having him join our team and help the brand usher into the next phase of growth. Nikhil brings a lot of balance and execution prowess to our current organisational structure and we look to further strengthening the brand, globally. The Post COVID-19 offers a tremendous opportunity for online-grocery and consumer brands like ours. And, we are strengthening the team for the next decade of growth,” Bala Sarda added.

Founded in 2015 by Bala Sarda, VAHDAM Teas is India’s home grown tea brand present across more than 100 countries. The company has till date raised over $17 Million funding from investors including VCs like Fireside Ventures, Sixth Sense Ventures, Mankind Pharma, SAR Group, Urmin Group, Chona Family and entrepreneurs like Kris Gopalkrishnan, Pankaj Chaddha, Amrish Rau amongst others.

Read Also: IKEA India’s Amitabh Pande on the communication strategy followed by brands in the time of Covid-19

Read Also: Coronavirus Impact: As viewers take to TV, it is the afternoon time band which gets the money and eyeballs

Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook

Get live Stock Prices from BSE, NSE, US Market and latest NAV, portfolio of Mutual Funds, calculate your tax by Income Tax Calculator, know market’s Top Gainers, Top Losers & Best Equity Funds. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

BrandWagon is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest brand news and updates.

Next Stories
1Great Learning underlines the journey of learners with #AgainstAllOdds campaign
2Google For India 2020: Google announces partnership with Prasar Bharati to help small businesses use digital tools to grow
3Nu-Shakti highlights the importance of micronutrients in #AskMoreFromYourDrink campaign