Ashneer Grover is the co-founder/ managing director at BharatPe, an Indian-based electronic payment app. After completing his MBA, he worked as the vice president in Kotak Financing Bank till 2013, when he left to take up the position of the Director of Corporate Development at American Express.
He left American Express in 2015 to work as the Chief Financial Officer of Grofers till 2017 when he left to join PC Jeweller Limited. It was only after 2018 that he became a business owner.
Ever since Shark Tank India was introduced to the Indian audience, everyone has been talking about the creative products and services that were displayed by the Entrepreneurs and innovators in the country. The platform has made it easy for small business owners in India to get exposure and big-time business deals.
In General, the show has created a new sphere of opportunity in the country, one that was not present when the panellists of Shark Tank India were as amateur as the people they review now.
Many of the judges have managed to achieve success in their founding companies at a time when such a show was not around. Most of the judges are self-made successes that had to struggle before they owned million-dollar businesses.
Ashneer Grover takes a dig at Uber India President’s Post on Uber’s achievements, he removes post
Uner India President Prabhjeet Singh took to Linkedin and shared Uber’s annual analysis earlier this week in which it added that in 2022, Indians spent as much as 11 billion minutes traveling in its cabs and covered a staggering 4.5 billion kilometers, which is exactly the distance from Earth all the way to Neptune.
“The year 2022 saw Indians start travelling big again, and cities swinging back open for business after the pandemic. Uber trips during the year covered as many as 4.5 billion kilometres, which is the distance from Earth all the way to Neptune, the last planet in the solar system since Pluto got kicked out of the team,” the official statement of the company read.
Prabhjeet Singh wrote, “4.5 billion km or the distance to the last planet on the solar system”.
Meanwhile, Ashneer Grover took a dig at Uber India President’s post. “Who needs to take an Uber to the Moon? What customers have been facing are cancellations and bad cab experiences — address them head-on. You guys are going down the same path as WhatsApp with these messages”
He further tweeted, “As per Uber – they made trips as long as Milky Way in India. So Mars ki sawaari aap kiske saath karna chahenge? @UberINSupport @Uber”