Nitin Manchanda appointed Chief Growth Officer of CuddlyNest

United States: Short-term rental marketplace CuddlyNest announced the appointment of Nitin Manchanda as new director of growth [CGO].

Manchanda joins CuddlyNest as the former Global Head of SEO at Omio and Trivago, and the well-known “influential guru” of the SEO community. Prior to these positions, he worked in commerce, helping Indian retail company Flipkart increase their SEO traffic by a record 350%.

As a unique travel booking platform, the Orlando-based startup provides listings across a wide range of accommodation types including hotels, hostels, vacation homes, penthouses and even RVs, heralding its slogan “The trip is for everyone ”.

The appointment comes after the company announced that it had raised more than US $ 6 million in new funding from private investors in October 2020. The funding was to be partially used to expand the global workforce of the startup in 2021 and to further strengthen the agility of its team, which will continuously assess scaling priorities based on rapidly changing market conditions, coupled with comprehensive market research on changing business habits. trip.

CuddlyNest Co-Founder and COO, Ritesh Raj, said, “I am looking forward to building CuddlyNest with Nitin as the new CGO. What really brings us together is our mutual passion to serve, support and truly connect with travelers. Nitin’s impressive track record in scaling startups and his genuine commitment to consumers will undoubtedly move us forward into our next phase of growth.

In the role of Chief Growth Officer, Manchanda will focus on a growth strategy for CuddlyNest that is based on scalability, strategic automation and strategic partnerships. He will also be responsible for implementing marketing operations and raising awareness of brand value in the travel market.

Manchanda said: “I am delighted to be part of redefining how people look and planning their trip. This opportunity is at the perfect intersection of my passion for travel, startups and growth.

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