Former IndiGo president Aditya Ghosh appointed CEO of OYO Hotels

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Updated: November 15, 2018 6:31:32 PM

Former IndiGo president Aditya Ghosh has been appointed CEO of OYO Hotels for India and South Asia market with effect from 1 December 2018.

Former IndiGo president Aditya Ghosh has been appointed CEO of OYO Hotels for India and South Asia market with effect from 1 December 2018.  The appointment of Aditya Ghosh comes against the backdrop of efforts by the hospitality start up to accelarate growth in the India and China. “Today, we welcome Aditya Ghosh (@iamadityaghosh) as the Chief Executive Officer for OYO Hotels, India and South Asia to lead the next wave of growth at OYO. Here’s to the newest #OYOpreneur joining OYO’s mission of creating beautiful living spaces!,” OYO said on Twitter.

Speaking on the development, Ritesh Agarwal, founder & Group CEO, OYO Hotels, said the ability of Aditya Ghosh to deliver growth with large-scale impact makes him a right candidate and a great addition to the company’s leadership team.

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Praising the hsopitality chain, Aditya Ghosh said that OYO is one of those mission-driven companies which is run by “exceptional group of people.” The company is one of the best places to work for and it would be an exciting opportunity, the newly appointed Chief Executive Officer, OYO Hotels and Homes, South Asia, also said.

Who is Aditya Ghosh?

Aditya Ghosh, who is a CA by profession has been IndiGo’s president since the year 2008. He was instrumental in the steady and solid rise of IndiGo from the time it launched operations in August 2006 with a single aircraft to county’s largest airline with nearly 40 percent market share and a 161 aircraft fleet. He also saw the airline being listed at the stock exchanges.

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