CARS24 in India brings on board Mrinal Sinha as CHRO

CARS24, an e-commerce platform for pre-owned vehicles, has appointed Mrinal Sinha as its chief human resources officer, said a statement issued today.

Sinha will be based out of Gurugram. In this newly created role, he will focus on human resources strategy, leadership and cultural development, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

“We have an ambitious vision of becoming the biggest auto-tech company in India and to achieve this we recognise the need to attract, retain and develop the best talent there is. To this end, we are thrilled to have attracted a leader with Mrinal’s skill and accomplishments to this role. He brings a genuine, collaborative, people-first leadership style to all he does,” said Kunal Mundra, CEO, Cars India, CARS24.

“The CARS24 team has a phenomenal culture and commitment to its people and customers. Every person I’ve engaged with brings a collaborative spirit, and I’m ready to roll up my sleeves alongside them and deliver value to our customers and employees,” said Mrinal Sinha, chief human resources officer, CARS24.

Sinha brings close to two decades of experience in human resources and organisational leadership. He has focused his career on working across different geographies and roles over the last decade and handling large-scale projects. Most recently, he was associated with Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance as SVP-HR, where he was responsible for business partnering, talent management and employee relations. Prior to his time at BALIC, he held HR positions at Max Life Insurance and


The company, which has been aggressively strengthening its leadership team, recently announced the appointment of Kunal Mundra as CEO, Cars India, CARS24. It is backed by marquee investors like Sequoia India, Exor Seeds (venture arm of Exor, one of the world’s leading holding companies controlled by the Agnelli Family), DST Global, Kingsway Capital (London-based multi-billion US$ fund), Unbound (global investment firm headquartered in London), Moore Strategic Ventures and KCK (Silicon Valley and New York-based investment firm).

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