Bengaluru-based CureFit, a healthcare startup created by Myntra founder Mukesh Bansal, has employed a number of senior executives from established companies such as Flipkart, WalmartLabs and InMobi.
Neeraj Aggarwal, Former vice-president at Flipkart’s logistics arm Ekart is topping the list. He will be joining the food and operations team at CureFit Healthcare, which monitors health and fitness platform. The health care startup is backed by Ratan Tata’s investment platform RNT Capital.
Previously, CureFit has also hired a number of senior executives including Debabrata Bagchi, former InMobi director of product, Kunal Chourasia, former Flipkart executive, and Ankit Gupta, who also worked with WalmartLabs and Google. Bagchi, an IIT-K graduate, and Chourasia, an IIT-G graduate, are part of the backend technology team building the platform. Gupta, an IIT-D graduate, is also a member of the startup’s tech team. The company does not follow any hierarchy or position in the organization, they treat all the members equally.
However, CureFit has acquired a large number of startups including, physical training center, health and food delivery chain Kristys Kitchen, and online psychotherapy platform.