Dyninno India appoints Neetu Singh as country HR director

Singh moves from Jio, where she was state HR head (general manager)

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Neetu Singh is new country HR director at Dyninno India, part of the global Dyninno Group of companies that provides products and services in the travel, fintech and entertainment sectors in 50 markets.

Backed by about 18 years of experience in strategic HR management across multicultural environments, Singh began her HR journey with East India Packagings, in 2003, where she was executive-HR for a year and a half.

In 2005, this alumna of Panjab University joined PI Industries as manager – HR. For over six years, she managed HR policies and procedures, talent acquisition, employee welfare and engagement, rewards & recognition programme, HRIS, and also maintained the employee life cycle and insurance.

Her next stop was Usha International in May 2011, where she joined as regional HR manager – North. A year later, she was elevated to HR operations lead. For the next seven years, she handled the entire gamut of HR operations, including manpower planning, performance management, employee relations and conflict resolution for the pan India workforce.

By 2019, she became deputy general manager at Usha International.

It was in 2020 that Singh moved to Jio as state HR head (general manager) for a two-year long tenure.

Dynnino India is opening another office in Gurugram and will also be starting operations in Mumbai by end of 2023. Therefore, Singh will use her experience and talent to “develop and implement HR strategy across our various offices in India,” said Aleksejs Histjajevs, director, Dyninno India.

In her new role, Singh will work to ensure the execution of global HR standards, policies, processes and initiatives across all operations offices of Dyninno India.

“Thrilled to be associated with this team of high performers,” Singh is confident that this new chapter “will be full of enrichment and learning”. Impressed by the fact that “the Dyninno India team” has grown exponentially in just three years, Singh is looking forward “to further scaling this growth”.

Singh is joining at a time when Dyninno India is on an aggressive expansion strategy. Recently, Abhishek Bagga was appointed HR director at Dynatech, which is the IT and administrative centre for the entire Dyninno Group and provides IT, marketing, operational, and administrative support to all the businesses under the Dyninno brand.

Founded in 2004, in San Francisco, by Alex Weinstein, Dynnino today has 4,000 professionals working across its offices in the US, UK, Canada, Colombia, Latvia, India, Moldova, Romania, Egypt, Uzbekistan, Malta and the Philippines

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