Jason Kothari has resigned as the President of ecommerce company Infibeam after a five-month stint.
He has joined the Ahmedabad-headquartered firm for less than five months and resigned citing personal reasons.
While filing at the Bombay Stock Exchange, Infibeam informed that Kothari who was heading its strategy, corporate development, international operations, and investor relations functions, was quitting as he was required to spend more time abroad due to personal reasons.
However, he would be associated with the firm as Senior Advisor. Kothari had joined the company in June this year.
Prior to joining Infibeam, he was appointed as the chief investment and strategy officer at Snapdeal, playing a significant role in acquisition India’s largest ecommerce company Flipkart, last year.
He helped Snapdeal in offloading all of the major assets, comprising of its logistics unit Vulcan Express, digital payments platform FreeCharge and SaaS company Unicommerce.