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Myntra CEO Amar Nagaram to move on

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Myntra CEO Amar Nagaram will remain at the company till December and may continue with the company in an advisory role.

Fashion portal Myntra's chief executive officer (CEO) Amar Nagaram is set to move on from the company, as per sources. Company sources confirmed the development to CNBC-TV18. Nagaram will remain at the company till December and may continue with the company in an advisory role, a source said.
Nagaram took over the reins of Walmart-owned Myntra from former CEO Ananth Narayan in 2019.
Flipkart Group CEO Kalyan Krishnamurthy told employees in e-mail communication on Friday that Nagaram was leaving to 'pursue his own venture.
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"After nearly three years of leading Myntra, Amar has decided to leave the Flipkart Group to pursue his own venture. As many of you know, Amar has been an integral part of the Group for close to 10 years and has led various teams at Flipkart prior to his current role, and we will miss his presence in the team," Krishnamurthy wrote.
"Amar will be with us till end-December to ensure a smooth transition and will continue to be associated with us in an advisory role. We will share details of his successor shortly," he added.
Myntra is one of the biggest fashion e-tailers in the country, and has partnered with over 5000+ leading fashion and lifestyle brands in the country such as Nike, Adidas, Puma, Levis, Wrangler, Arrow, Jealous 21, Diesel, CAT, Harley Davidson, Ferrari, Timberland, US Polo, FabIndia, Biba.
Myntra services over 27,000 pin codes across the country.