It is looking to hire for its technology and business teams with the aim of bolstering Paytm Mall’s operations

Paytm Mall to hire 150 graduates from IITs IIMs ISB and other premier institutions
Atom Hiring Wednesday, January 17, 2018 - 18:18

As Vijay Shekhar Sharma-owned Paytm’s ecommerce arm Paytm Mall looks to expand itself aggressively, it has announced that it will be hiring top talents from India’s premier technology and management institutions such as Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Indian Institute of Management (IIT), BITS Pilani, National Institutes of Technology, XLRI Jamshedpur, Indian School of Business-Hyderabad, Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi.

It is looking to hire at least 150 engineering and management graduates for its technology and business teams with the aim of bolstering Paytm Mall’s operations, which is in line with its long-term strategy to acquire top professionals to continue its growth momentum and drive greater scale.

“We are growing at an exciting pace and are looking to build a robust team to support our expansion. By hiring top talent from India’s leading educational institutions, we will take our disruptive offline-to-online model to more brands and retailers across the country and make them ready for the digital-first paradigm,” Amit Sinha, Chief Operating Officer – Paytm Mall, said in a statement.

The company added that it has secured the coveted ‘Day-Zero/Day-1’ slots, reserved for the most preferred employers at all institutes, during the campus recruitment drive.

According to the company, its on a mission to become the technology partner of brands and offline retailers, enabling them to set up stores online.

The company is partnering with local shopkeepers and brands to enhance the earning potential of the retailers and lead to new employment opportunities. It currently has a presence across 19,000 pin codes with over 65 million products.

Launched in 2017, Paytm Mall is the newest entrant into the ecommerce race. It is betting big on FMCG products and grocery and aims to earn a gross merchandise value (GMV) of over $3 billion from online grocery alone. It also tied up with Patanjali to bring the Ayurvedic FMCG major’s products online. 

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