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Mobility services platform inDrive appoints Pratip Mazumder as Country Manager for India

Sumit Vishwakarma
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inDrive appoints Pratip Mazumder

Mobility services platform inDrive has onboarded Pratip Mazumder as its Country Manager for India. 

Pratip Mazumder, who has over a decade of experience in the online and consumer tech industries, previously held roles at Swiggy, Aegon Life India, Uber, and Practo. He holds an MBA in Marketing from the T.A. Pai Management Institute.

What will Pratip Mazumder do?

As Country Manager, Pratip Mazumder will oversee all of inDrive's business verticals in India. His responsibilities will include managing local government and public relations, forming partnerships, and leading inVision initiatives.


He will also focus on safety improvements for riders and drivers and will work to fine-tune inDrive's product and business strategies to meet the needs of the Indian market.

Why is his role important?

Mazumder's role is seen as crucial for inDrive's strategic expansion in India, which is one of the four key markets globally to have a dedicated country head. He is expected to drive the company’s growth by strengthening collaborations with key stakeholders and developing an ambitious growth strategy.

“We are delighted to welcome Pratip Mazumder as our new Country Manager in India – a key milestone in our strategic expansion efforts. Pratip’s profound market insights and ability to seamlessly connect our central and regional teams are invaluable. His leadership will be instrumental in cultivating our organisational culture and aligning our local operations with our global standards," said Mark Loughran, President of inDrive.

What does Pratip Mazumder say about his new role?

Pratip Mazumder shared his excitement about joining inDrive, stating, “I am thrilled to be joining inDrive and taking on this exciting new role as the Country Manager for India. I look forward to working with all our incredible teams and partners to deliver a fantastic experience to all our users which will surely define the future of ride hailing in the region.”