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TO THE NEW appoints Mr. Najam Kidwai on Company’s Board

TO THE NEW appoints Mr. Najam Kidwai on Company’s Board

TO THE NEW, a premium digital services technology company today announced that it has appointed Mr. Najam Kidwai on the company's board.

Najam is a seasoned leader, advisor, venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and global technology investor. He also serves on the boards and advisory boards of many global consumer & internet businesses including 23&Me, Boxed, Forge Global, G3NIU7, Infomedia, Moov, EQUIAM LLC, FUSION foundation and Princeville Global. Najam is also the founding CEO of two companies that have successfully IPO'd.

Mr. Kidwai holds a BSc (Hons) in Technology Management, a Masters in Business Innovation and also received an Honorary Doctorate in Business Administration from the University of Lincoln.

TO THE NEW specializes in cutting and emerging technologies and has helped many global enterprises and internet businesses across US, UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia, and India successfully transform using digital technology.

The company has been riding on top of the digital transformation and product engineering services market and has been growing at an incredible pace and now expanding into new markets such as the Middle East.

"I am thrilled to join TO THE NEW. The company has been doing exceptionally well in terms of revenue growth, adding global customers and building a great team with extensive expertise in innovative and disruptive technologies. I am looking forward to working with this team and helping the company advance in its growth trajectory," said Mr. Najam Kidwai.

Welcoming Najam to TTN, Deepak Mittal, CEO, TO THE NEW quoted "Najam has a fabulous track record on helping businesses scale. Adding him to the board is a step ahead in the direction of building a robust strategy for the company with a focus on increasing company growth, technology competency and offerings to ultimately deliver services that address the needs of clients across the globe."

On his appointment, Narinder Kumar, EVP - Technology Services at TO THE NEW said "Najam is a technology evangelist and a specialist in mobile payments, e-commerce, entertainment & gaming, digital health, robotics, IoT and AI. We are confident leveraging his extensive experience in working with new age-digital startups to full-scale internet businesses will help us accelerate the company's growth."

(With inputs from agencies.)



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