Amid Layoff Season, Zomato's CEO Posts Openings For 800 Positions
It is rebranding the business and working on a new menu with its restaurant partners. In March of last year, the food aggregator company announced plans to launch Instant, a 10-minute food delivery service
In contrary to layoffs currently happening with global tech giants, Zomato Chief Executive Officer Deepinder Goyal has posted on LinkedIn that the company is looking at hiring about 800 positions and posted their vacancies across five roles that include engineers, product managers, growth managers, and others.
The CEO of the food aggregator firm has posted ads for five positions on his LinkedIn account. These posts included chief of staff to CEO, generalist, growth manager, product owner, and software development engineer. "To express interest in any of these roles, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org -- me and/or my team will be prompt in responding to you and closing the loop either way," Goyal wrote on LinkedIn.
On Monday, there were reports that food aggregator Zomato has scrapped its 10-minute delivery service a year after piloting it in Bengaluru, Gurugram, and in some areas of Delhi.
It is rebranding the business and working on a new menu with its restaurant partners. In March of last year, the food aggregator company announced plans to launch Instant, a 10-minute food delivery service.
The company's co-founder and chief technology officer, Gunjan Patidar, resigned earlier this month. In contrast, co-founder Mohit Gupta left Zomato in November of last year. Rahul Ganjoo, the head of new initiatives, resigned and left the food aggregator in November. (ANI)