In yet another top level movement in startup space, Aman Satija, who is the current head of marketing at online gaming platform RummyCircle is joining fitness tech startup Curefit.
According to Entrackr‘s sources, Satija will be handling revenue growth for the Bengaluru-based company.
We have sent an email query to Curefit. The post will be updated as the response comes in.
Satija was formerly heading marketing at eyewear retailer Lenskart. He used to handle Media (TV, Radio, Print, Outdoor), Digital Marketing and CRM at the Delhi-based company.
With more than 11 years of experience, Satija had earlier served HealthKart.com and Nextag.com as marketing head and campaign manager respectively.
Prior to that, he was the founder of OnionTomato.com – an online food ordering portal that he later sold after running for six months.
Besides, he led marketing, analytics, product and category functions at top e-commerce companies such as Thomascook (United Kingdom), Dell (US and Singapore) reflects Satija’s LinkedIn profile.
At Curefit, he will continue to leverage his past experience and will focus on the company’s growth plan.
Satija is joining Curefit at a time when it has a robust expansion plan for the next two years. It recently hit 100 fitness centre milestones across four cities it operates in. Further, it aims to have 200 centres by the end of 2019 and 500 by 2020.
By the mid-2019, the Mukesh Bansal and Ankit Nagori-founded is gearing up to open its first fitness centre in Dubai and 6 new cities in India.
With over 250,000 users, Curefit handles four products namely Cult.fit, Eat.fit, Mind.fit and Care.fit. under its portfolio.
For the financial year ended on March 31, 2018, Curefit posted an eight-fold rise in revenue while its losses also increased from 18 crore to 96.8 crore.
Sitting on a pile of $170 million risk capital from the likes of Kalaari, Chiratae, and Accel, it would be interesting to see how Satijta helps the two and half-year-old startup to grows its revenue in the coming years.