Simpl, one of India’s leading 1-tap checkout platforms, announces Sneha Arora as its chief human resource officer (CHRO). In this new role, she will be responsible for scaling the organisation and building talent capabilities and a culture to power Simpl’s business, which is on a high growth trajectory.
Arora comes with rich experience from a decade of providing HR leadership in diverse, fast-paced, and multicultural environments across technology, e-commerce, and retail industries, among others. She joined Texas Instruments as a management trainee and was later promoted to HR manager. After 4 years she joined Flipkart as an HR manager and stayed there for 1 year and 9 months. In 2016, Arora joined SAP where she started as a senior HRBP consultant, moving up to the position of director of HR in the same company in 2018.
Arora spent nearly three years as Myntra’s vice president of human resources before joining Simpl.
She has a master’s in business economics, human resource management, and labour relations from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai.
“We are an agile team currently embarking on a very crucial and transformative growth trajectory as a brand, and Sneha’s appointment is a strategic decision. At Simpl, we need thought leaders who will lead us closer to our ambitious vision with their capability, expertise, and passion. Sneha’s rich and extensive experience across industries, at different stages and scales of organizations, and passion for people and culture will help build Simpl’s future.” Nitya Sharma, CEO and Co-Founder of Simpl, commented.
“The potential to build the foundation of people and culture for an organisation on a growth trajectory is very exciting, and that drew me to join Simpl. There is an opportunity to do transformative work that will shape the fundamentals of the organisation as well as the industry,” added Arora.
Arora’s work has been widely acknowledged by various industry forums. She was recognized as an Emerging HR leader in 2017 by People Matters, a Rising star in HR in 2018 by CII, and received Women HR Leadership Award in 2020 by ObserveNow.