EnKash has ramped up its leadership hiring as it brings on board top-tier executives across leadership roles. The company has roped in Lalit Arun as head of banks and financial institutions' alliances; Abhishek Miglani as head of corporate alliances and partnerships; Krishna Kumar SV as head of operations, and Amandeep Arora as head of communications. The leadership appointments come as EnKash is eyeing its next phase of growth through new enterprise-grade payment products and international expansion in the US and European markets.
Amandeep Arora will be spearheading overall Communications for EnKash. She has 15 years of experience as a communication and reputation specialist, wherein, she has been instrumental in developing and conducting public outreach campaigns and strategizing special marketing and communications projects of top organizations.
Before joining EnKash, she worked for a number of well-known organizations including Policybazaar, Paisabazaar, MobiKwik, and Docprime and was a client lead for Max Life Insurance, National Stock Exchange, Bajaj Capital, Radico Khaitan, Reebok, and Haier, among others.
Speaking on the Company’s leadership hiring, EnKash co-founder, Hemant Vishnoi said, “At EnKash, we are building a high-performance team with the product at its core. As we move towards facilitating the entire “Cards and Payments'' spectrum with a line-up of new spend management offerings, we welcome these industry stalwarts who will be spearheading their respective verticals, during the company’s scaling phase. Their extensive experience in their respective domains will be an asset to us and will provide EnKash an upper hand in the competitive global market.”
EnKash currently has over 120 employees and has recently announced plans to double its team size within this year. In alignment with its projected growth, the company plans to strategically increase its team strength to 500 within FY 23-24.
In April 2022, EnKash had raised USD 20 Million in a Series-B round from Ascent Capital, Baring India and Singapore-based White Ventures.