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Apna appoints Ronak Shah as Head of Data Strategy; plans to hire over 400 professionals – ET CIO : Shivpurinews.in

Jobs and professional networking platform Apna has appointed ex-Coursera data leader Ronak Shah as Head of Data Strategy. Shah is apna’s first data leader and will focus on creating data strategies for the platform.The company plans to onboard more than 400 professionals in data sciences, engineering, and product in the next six months. The ongoing hiring spree will allow talented professionals from various domains to apply to one of the fastest-growing startups in India, according to a statement.

Shah brings with him experience of more than a decade in building data strategies, knowledge graphs, machine learning and business intelligence for top tech companies. Before joining apna, he had worked with companies like Amazon, Glassdoor, Coursera and Citrix Online.

In his new role, Shah will be leading apna’s data science and engineering teams to build a data-powered platform that will help apna’s user base to fulfil their aspirations.Shah’s appointment is in line with apna’s efforts to invest in and attract world-class leadership to support the company’s mission of empowering a billion lives, as per the statement.

Manas Singh, Chief Business Officer, apna, said, “Ronak is a product visionary with a passion to incorporate data learning and innovation to improve the quality of living. His vast knowledge and expertise will play a pivotal role in improving our platform as we build for the world. We look forward to Ronak’s leadership and have him on board in our mission of #AcceleratingIndia.”

Ronak Shah, Head of Data Strategy, apna, said, “Data can play a significant role in apna’s mission of solving the earth-scale problem of skilling and unemployment. I am thrilled to be a part of this team and work with highly skilled leaders who are on a mission to transform the world and empower a billion lives.”


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