Times Internet strengthens senior leadership with two key appointments
MUMBAI: Times Internet has strengthened its leadership team with the appointment of Dipti Tandon as the business head for live video game show platform, BaaziNow, and Nidhi Agarwal as head of corporate initiatives & planning.
Times Internet is India’s leading digital products company with 39+ businesses across news, entertainment, utilities, and classifieds.
Times Internet CEO Gautam Sinha said, “Dipti has been leading the BaaziNow initiative right from the time of its conceptualisation. She has been the driving force in making BrainBaazi and BingoBaazi the most popular and technologically advanced live video gameshow platforms in India.”
Dipti has been with Times Internet for over thirteen years, having taken up multiple roles across various businesses of the company. She was the Product Head at MagicBricks and TechGig – driving both these brands to become leaders in their respective categories. Prior to Times Internet, Dipti was a founding member of Jeevan Saathi, one of India’s leading digital matrimonial platforms today.
Sinha added, “Nidhi brings with her a sharp strategic mind and a keen entrepreneurial spirit. She will be a tremendous asset to all our businesses in identifying new avenues of growth and creating innovative, technology-enabled solutions. To begin with, she will start her entrepreneurial journey within TIL with TimesPoints.”
Prior to joining Times Internet, Nidhi was the founder and CEO of Kaaryah, a disruptive women’s apparel brand on the cusp of technology, data, and design. She has also worked in the corporate strategy teams at Honeywell International and Bain & Co., with experience across diverse industries including aerospace & defence, telecom, FMCG, and education.
Sinha concluded by saying “Both Dipti and Nidhi are proven leaders and entrepreneurs who have started and scaled up digital businesses successfully. They will be pivotal in driving Times Internet’s vision of shaping and defining how internet-based services get consumed and delivered in India.”