Arpit believes entrepreneurship drives progress in society, and that India is at an inflection point where start-ups will use differentiated technology to solve long-standing problems and create large world-class companies as a result. At Stellaris, he looks forward to helping and learning from, great entrepreneurs from the very early stage of their journey.
Arpit focuses on the following spaces: commerce, consumer brands, content, education, and agriculture. Prior to Stellaris, Arpit ran Corporate Innovation for Arvind Limited, managed product and strategy for Cardekho.com’s used-cars business, and headed product management at iProf – an edtech start-up. Arpit started his career with a 3-year stint at BCG.
Arpit is crazy about football, and his happiness levels depend heavily on Manchester United’s performances and results. He is a voracious reader, loves traveling, and is known to write badly. He studied at IIT Delhi, IIM Ahmedabad, and Bocconi University.
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