Digitopia appoints Nishant Kinra as business development director

New business development director Kinra will lead development, implementation, and coordination plans to increase business opportunities for Digitopia.

Kinra brings over a decade’s experience in business and digital consultancy roles to the organisation, having previously spent almost seven years at Gartner, helping companies to understand market potential, risks & controls, and business goals while growing their business.

Prior to Gartner, Kinra served as a system engineer at Tata Consultancy Services, leading a team that managed compliance applications for Deutsche Bank.

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“Digitopia’s unique, personalised and platform-driven approach to digital transformation is a real industry-first, and the organisation’s growth over the last few years is evidence of how much of an impact the business is having on its clients,” said new Digitopia business development director Kinra.

“It is a hugely exciting time for Digitopia, and I’m looking forward to being a part of the team, contributing to its success and growth, and helping brands in enablement of their digital journey.”

Halil Aksu, CEO and co-founder of Digitopia, commented: “Having Nishant on the team will only strengthen our ability to reach and exceed our goals for the coming years.

“He has an excellent track record in helping businesses to achieve long term sustainable growth, and while we have ambitious plans here at Digitopia, we know that Nishant will play a valuable role in helping us to create new partnerships and strengthen existing ones.”

An upward trajectory

The announcement of Kinra’s arrival follows a strong period of growth for Digitopia throughout 2021, with the company declaring earlier this year that it had surpassed 2020’s revenues in the first half of 2021, and forecasting to triple digital growth by 2022.

As the business continues to expand into new global markets, Digitopia remains on track to at least double its year-on-year revenues for the next 3 years.

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Aaron Hurst

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