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Zolostays Hires Sarabjeet Kukreja as Head of Student Housing

Zolo stays, India’s largest co-living startup, has made yet another appointment as part of its re-structuring program. The company has appointed Sarabjeet Kukreja as its new Head of Student Housing.

Zolo stays said that it is hopeful that new appointee will help in aggressively expanding the student housing space this year.

Kukreja will mainly focus on B2B growth opportunities for the company. He will simultaneously focus on all the important aspects of student housing including community activities, strategic growth planning, business development, operations and residence programming.

Kukreja brings with him 15 years of exhaustive experience in sales, marketing, business development, operations and real estate. He has worked in renowned companies like Elara Group, LODHA Group and Bajaj Allianz.

The company claims that the recent Budget allocation of Rs. 99,300 crores for the education sector will give massive boost to the co-living businesses, especially students will be at the forefront of this massive growth.

Commenting on the appointment, Nikhil Sikri, CEO & Co-Founder, Zolostays, said, “We are delighted to have Kukreja on board and I am confident that this is right time to aggressively branch out as student housing is the new demand driver in the realty front. The education sector is booming in the real estate market and we will maintain our pace and position as the category leader under student housing across all our properties as well.

Last month, Zolo Stays had appointed Mr. Chanchal Gupta as its new Chief Human Resources Officer.

Established in 2015, Zolo Stays is India’s largest co-living platform which provides a seamless tech enabled living experience for young professionals and students in a state-of-the art co-living rooms.

It currently offers co-living services in Mumbai, Delhi, Noida, Pune, Chennai and Hyderabad.


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