Co-founder of Google Chromecast, Ambarish Kenghe joins Myntra

By afaqs! news bureau , afaqs!, New Delhi | In Digital
Last updated : July 15, 2015
At Myntra, his designation is senior VP and Head of Product.

Myntra, an Indian m-commerce platform that caters to fashion and lifestyle product categories, has appointed Ambarish Kenghe, as senior vice president and head of product at Myntra. Kenghe will be based out of the company's Bengaluru headquarters and will take charge of his new role by the end of this month. He will report to Myntra's CEO, Mukesh Bansal.

Ambarish Kenghe

Mukesh Bansal

Scaling up the company's product road map and leveraging the mobile smartphone revolution in India will be his main focus areas. Kenghe's industry experience in product development and management spans over 15 years. It is pertinent to note that he co-founded and led product management for Google Chromecast.

With more than 15 years of experience in product development and management, Kenghe co-founded and led product management for Google Chromecast. He has also been a key member of the Google TV team that helped build the first android compatible TV. Prior to Google, he was a management consultant at Bain & Co and also technical leader at Cisco where he worked on Catalyst 6000, a highly appreciated product.

"We are excited to have Ambarish join our leadership team to lead product management. He has an extensive experience in developing various world-class consumer products. He will be driving product innovation to build the next generation of mobile products to deliver a highly engaging and personalised fashion experience to our customers," says Bansal.

Commenting on his new role, Kenghe says, "I am honoured to join a company such as Myntra that is rewriting the rules of the game. I am looking forward to being part of the amazing team obsessed with developing the best-in-class product experience for customers by constantly engaging in solving unique challenges for consuming & buying fashion online using technology and product insights. I am also excited about moving to India where a large chunk of next billion Internet users will come from. India has a confluence of factors coming together to make it a once in a lifetime opportunity for technology professionals to make a difference."

First Published : July 15, 2015
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