Snapdeal commits to invest $20 million in FreeCharge

Snapdeal commits to invest $20 million in FreeCharge

Snapdeal has announced the appointment of Jason Kothari as the Chief Executive Officer of FreeCharge and a commitment to invest an additional $20 million in the Company.

In addition to taking on the role of the CEO, Jason will continue his key leadership role as Chief Strategy & Investment Officer at Snapdeal. He will also join the Board of Directors of FreeCharge.

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