Social media platform Share Chat has appointed Amit Zunjarwad as its Chief Product Oﬃcer. In his new role, Zunjarwad will be responsible for leading ShareChat and Moj, the company said in a statement.
Zunjarwad will also be focused on strengthening the thriving creator ecosystem on these platforms by bringing innovative solutions to express their art and build sustainable business models, as claimed by the company. Furthermore, he will also be responsible for scaling ShareChat Ads to be the largest Advertising Network in the country and unlocking reach to India’s digital audiences across languages, tiers, and regions.
ShareChat also affirmed that Zunjarwad’s decade-long experience in building and scaling technology-led innovations will be valuable as it continues to scale aggressively to become the largest social media platform in the country.
Ankush Sachdeva, Co-Founder & CEO, ShareChat and Moj, stated, “Amit will play a critical role in leading the product journey of all our platforms and deliver sustainable value to our user and creator communities.”
Most recently, Zunjarwad was the Head of Engineering, Product and Data Sciences for Supply & Selection Ecosystem at Flipkart. He has been with Flipkart for over a decade and played a pivotal role in launching Flipkart’s foray into the social commerce space (Shopsy), and building next-generation disruptive shopping experiences, including live video commerce, Indic language platforms, conversational AI, and scaling Flipkart’s grocery business. He was also the founding member of Flipkart’s Advertising business and was instrumental in scaling it to one of India’s largest Advertising Platforms.
Commenting on his appointment, Zunjarwad said, “India has one of the most vibrant creator ecosystems, with incredible talent emerging across categories. ShareChat & Moj are ushering in exceptional social experiences for Indic users that are highly localized and personalised at a massive scale enabling the potential to build platforms that have the capability to disrupt multiple large industries, including entertainment, commerce, and advertising.”