Ahmedabad: Bike-sharing platform MYBYK has announced two new appointments to the leadership team, Neel Shah as Vice President – Business Operations and Shreyansh Shah as Associate Director, Strategic Alliances.
With these two crucial appointments, MYBYK will enhance its business operations’ efficacy, improve customer experience and prepare for the nationwide expansion of its bike-sharing services. Neel will lead the company’s growth, while Shreyansh’s role will involve liaisoning with state and central government on the policy framework regarding public bike-share services.
Arjit Soni, Founder&CEO, MYBYK, said: “I am delighted to welcome Neel and Shreyansh to the team. Neel has an entrepreneurial mindset and a unique blend of technical understanding and management capabilities, and his expertise in market research and analytics will help MYBYK in every aspect. Both Neel and Shreyansh will be instrumental in defining the next phase of MYBYK’s evolution as an end-to-end mobility solution across multiple cities in India.
Neel comes with a rich experience in building businesses and driving growth. In the past 15 years, he has worked in multiple roles across diverse industries like telecom, Internet, food & beverages, agriculture, etc. Before joining MYBYK, Neel worked for Ninjacart, spearheading sales and revenue for Gujarat.
Neel said, “It’s a great opportunity to create significant change in people’s lives on a large scale. If it impacts the society and the environment in addition to the individual, it’s a great industry to play a pivotal role. I am excited to start this new journey and look forward to disruptive business growth and driving MYBYK’s vision further while working with a talented & passionate team”.
Neel is an IIM Kozhikode alumni and an Engineering graduate in Electronics and Communications.
Shreyansh is an urban transport planner passionate about sustainable transportation. Having spent over eight years in urban mobility, he joins MYBYK from Yulu. He has also been associated with WRI India.
With a keen interest in shared and sustainable mobility, first & last-mile connectivity, and transit digital payments, Shreyansh believes, “It is high time our cities embrace public transport. India has set an ambition to be net-zero by 2070, and what better than getting back to cycling? I thus believe that the next few decades are of micro-mobility where bicycles/e-cycles are used for end-to-end short-distance commuting and complimented with Public Transport for long-distance commuting.”
Shreyansh holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Pune University and a master’s degree in Urban Transportation Planning from CEPT University. He has also completed his Post Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.