Ankit Khanna promoted to COO of FreeCharge
Before taking charge as the COO, Ankit was the Chief Product Officer with the company.
Digital payments company FreeCharge on Wednesday announced the promotion of Ankit Khanna to Chief Operating Officer of the company. As a part of his expanded role, Ankit will be managing Product, User Growth, User Experience and Business Development at FreeCharge, said the company in a release.
Photo: Ankit Khanna Source: LinkedIn
Before taking charge as the COO, Ankit was the Chief Product Officer with the company. Prior to which, he was the Senior Vice President, Product at Snapdeal and has been with Snapdeal since the Company’s inception in 2010, where he joined as the Product head.
“Over time, Ankit led the product development team from scratch and helped build highly scalable and complex products encompassing buyer experience, seller ecosystem, supply chain management, payments as well as content and catalog systems at Snapdeal,” said the company.
Jason Kothari who was appointed as the CEO of FreeCharge on Monday said, “We are proud to announce Ankit’s elevation as the COO of FreeCharge. Ankit has brought in tremendous value and energy to the team and has played a pivotal role in the Company’s journey to become one of the fastest growing digital wallets in the country today. He has also helped build highly complex and scalable products encompassing various aspects of e-commerce and digital payments ecosystem and helped build a frictionless user experience.”
Ankit Khanna said, “I am excited about my new position at FreeCharge and look forward to continue my fruitful association with the Company. As digital payments gain more and more precedence in our lives and in the Indian economy, I am thrilled to be a part of the space. Along with the talented team at FreeCharge, I look forward to making further contributions to the Company going forward.”
Ankit holds a Bachelors in Technology degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. Before joining Snapdeal, Ankit also co-founded Itasveer in 2006, an online solution for photo printing which was later acquired by a Pune based IT Services company.