Yuma Energy appoints Deepak Nanwani as the Head of Revenue and Operations

Deepak will work towards strengthening the Yuma network to foster anxiety-free e-mobility for the masses and build partnerships with original equipment manufacturers to onboard them onto Yuma’s network.

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Yuma Energy appoints Deepak Nanwani as the Head of Revenue and Operations

Yuma Energy, a joint venture between automotive supplier Magna, and Yulu, India’s largest shared electric micro-mobility player, announced the appointment of Deepak Nanwani as the Head of Revenue and Operations.

Deepak will work towards strengthening the Yuma network to foster anxiety-free e-mobility for the masses and build partnerships with original equipment manufacturers to onboard them onto Yuma’s network.

Matteo Del Sorbo, Magna Executive Vice President and Global Lead for Magna New Mobility said, “Yuma is at the forefront of building the energy network for the future of mobility. As the largest Battery-as-a-Service player in the country, Yuma is committed to bringing innovation, latest technology and creating affordable access for all.”

Deepak built the highly profitable Premium Rides business for Uber India, led the global expansion roadmap for this business line, and was elevated to the Head of Premium Products division – India and South Asia at Uber. Prior to Yulu, Deepak headed the marketplace function for Meesho Superstore. He has also worked with Amazon (London), building and operational excellence team for Amazon Flex Europe, one of Amazon’s fastest growing last mile channels.

 

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