Zomato Co-founder Gaurav Gupta Quits
IANS 14 September 2021
Online food delivery major Zomato's co-founder Gaurav Gupta has resigned from the company after a six-year stint.
 
Mr Gupta was the head of supply at the recently-listed company.
 
In an email to everyone in the company he said: "I am taking a new turn in my life and will be starting a new chapter, taking a lot from this defining chapter of my life - the last 6 years at Zomato."
 
"We have a great team now to take Zomato forward and it's time for me to take an alternate path in my journey. I am very emotional as I write this and don't think any words can do justice to how I am feeling right now."
 
Deepinder Goyal, the CEO of Zomato, took to Twitter to thank Mr Gupta and said that there is a "great" team and leadership to carry the company's journey forward.
 
"Thank you @grvgpta - the last 6 years have been amazing and we have come very far. There's so much of our journey still ahead of us, and I am thankful that we have a great team and leadership to carry us forward," Mr Goyal said.
 
The resignation comes just days after the company decided to wind up with grocery delivery and nutraceuticals business.
 
Mr Gupta was a key person in the launching of the company's nutraceuticals business.
 
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Comments
dharmesh.30
2 weeks ago
Zomato and similar companie are a major scam in making, rats leave the sinking ship first. How can a company just survive in food delivery bussines and distribution of freebees on food orders.
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