Zomato co-founder quits two months after IPO; Deepinder thanks Gaurav Gupta for 'amazing' journey


Zomato cofounder Gaurav Gupta, a key executive in the run-up to the food delivery company’s landmark initial public offering (IPO), has resigned. CEO Deepinder Goyal confirmed his cofounder’s exit on microblogging platform Twitter. “Thank you Gaurav Gupta—the last six years have been amazing and we have come very far. There’s so much of our journey still ahead of us, and I am thankful that we have a great team and leadership to carry us forward,” Goyal wrote.



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