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Kunal Bahl
Kunal Bahl

Kunal Bahl was born into the world in India and had finished his underlying school instruction at Delhi Public School R. K. Puram (DPS) New Delhi. He is an Indian business visionary, financial backer, fellow benefactor and CEO of the Indian web based business organization Snapdeal. He applied to the University of Pennsylvania and got confirmation. He moved on from the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology at the University of Pennsylvania, acquiring two four year college educations in Entrepreneurship, Operation and Information Management from The Wharton School and Engineering from the School of Engineering and Applied Science. He completed a leader showcasing program from Kellogg School of Management.[3] He worked with Microsoft for a brief period, as he returned to India because of a visa issue in 2007. Bahl is hitched to Yashna, who maintained a dessert shop business.

Bahl helped to establish Snapdeal, a main web based business organization in India, alongside his school companion Rohit Bansal on 4 February 2010. Bahl has been a functioning beginning phase financial backer in innovation organizations again in association with his Snapdeal prime supporter, Rohit Bansal. Through their beginning phase speculation firm, Titan Capital, they have put resources into more than 150 new businesses in India, US and South East Asia including unicorns like Ola, Razorpay, Urban Company, among others. Bahl has additionally been engaged with different industry affiliations and research organizations in influential positions.

  Member of Board of Governors: Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations.
 Member of Executive Council: NASSCOM.
 Chairman of CII National Committee on E-commerce.
 Independent Director, Piramal Enterprises Limited.
 Member, National Startup Advisory Council.

He was won numerous awards and recognitions:

BMA Entrepreneur of the Year 2014.
ET Top 50 Entrepreneur of India 2014.
Ranked 25 on Fortune 40 under 40 most influential business leaders list 2014.
EY Entrepreneur of the Year – Startup 2014.
Nasscom NextGen Entrepreneur 2014.
The Economic Times Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2015.
AIMA Transformational Business Leader of the Year.
Indian Affairs Business Leader of the Year 2015.
The Joseph Wharton Award for Young Leadership 2018.
The Economic Times Comeback Award 2019.

 

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