hBits, the real estate company offering fractional ownership to investors in pre-leased Grade A properties, announced the appointment of Shraddha Gupta as Vice President, Human Resources (HR). The appointment is in line with the company’s vision for expanding operations across metro cities in the country. She will be spearheading the expansion of the company offices and hiring the best talent across multiple locations.
Shraddha comes with over 18 years of experience in leadership competence roles across hospitality and IT industries. She has worked with leading brands like Wipro, Aptech, Jet Airways, Frankfinn Institute of Aviation Training, ABC Consultants, Concept Hospitality – The Fern Hotels & Resorts and Skil Travel. She has also consulted with Digital Marketing Agencies like The Digital Street and PromoDome Digital where she was responsible to set the Human Resources Functions for the organizations.
Commenting on her appointment, Shiv Parekh, Founder, hBits said, “The concept of Fractional Ownership is attracting the attention of the Indian investors. Despite being a new financial product, investors are ready to add the product to their portfolios for steady income. Covid has also helped us push the product,as investors have witnessed steady return on investment, compared to other investment tools. Now, we are targeting the second phase of awareness and growth in Fractional Ownership and expanding our reach to newer destinations within India. With Shraddha joining in, we expect that our expansions plans will accelerate in across multiple towns and cities.”
Shraddha Gupta, Vice-President, Human Resources said, “I am thankful to hBits for giving me this opportunity. I am thrilled to jointhe company, as the concept is newand it will provide me a great exposure in terms of learnings and exciting challenges. The company is in expansion mode and attracting right talent, nurturing them and retaining them at this juncture will be a highly important function right now. I hope to have a fruitful and exhilarating relationship.”