Shweta Madhusudan appointed global head- talent development & compensation, at Drip Capital

Madhusudan has moved to the fintech company from GEP Worldwide, where she was senior director – HR

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Drip Capital, the digital cross-border trade finance platform, has appointed Shweta Madhusudan as global head, talent development and compensation.

An alumna of the Indian School of Business, Madhusudan has over 14 years of experience in human resources, consulting and research.

She worked as a research analyst, first with Frost & Sullivan for over two years and then with Beroe Inc. for five months from 2006 to 2008.

After completing her postgraduation in management from ISB (Hyderabad) in 2010, with specialisations in marketing and operations, she joined GEP Worldwide, as consultant in 2010.

During her over 11-year long stint with GEP, she got promoted first as manager – consulting, then as senior manager – HR and then as associate director – HR. In January 2020, she was elevated to the position of director – human resources defining HR systems strategy as well as overseeing implementation, development of platforms to increases automation and process improvements as well as day-to-day management. A year and a half later, she was once again elevated to the position of senior director – human resources, India.

Her diverse portfolio, among others, includes driving equitability and competitive compensation practices. Her focus at Drip will be on building programmes for people development, inclusion, leadership development, employee fast-track growth, and career progression.

Pushkar Mukewar, CEO and co-founder, Drip Capital, is confident that given “her vast expertise” Madhusudan “will be an invaluable asset in helping Drip become the best place to work globally, with practices that concentrate on making employees’ careers fulfilling and meaningful”.

On her latest assignment at Drip, a company which offers financing solutions to small and medium businesses (SMBs), Madhusudan feels honoured to “support its strategy to build a strong growth-oriented, inclusive, and equitable culture for all employees” and acknowledges that the Company’s “culture focused on humility, ownership, and results, and its talented leadership” have set it apart and “will continue to fuel its growth story.”

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