Serial entrepreneur and billionaire, Bhavin is driven by a passion for problem-solving through technology-led innovations. In the last 22 years, he has built 5 successful businesses, all driven by his belief that “It is our moral obligation to make an impact that is proportionate to our potential”. At 17, he co-founded Resellerclub, Logicboxes and BigRock, which he exited in a $160mn transaction in 2014. Today, along with Zeta, he is also heading Radix — a leading registry for top-level extensions and Flock — a suite of productivity apps.
Ramki started his journey as the CEO of Bridle Information and Technology Solutions, a software company that focused on creating mobile applications in the education and healthcare spaces for the Indian market. He was amongst the 5 people identified as ‘Asia’s Best Entrepreneurs Under 25’ by BusinessWeek in 2006 for his role at Bridle. He has also worked with Morgan Stanley, Media.net and Flock as a part of the engineering leadership team.
Prior to joining Zeta, Murali was Vice President and Head of Business Development at Visa. He was responsible for delivering Visa’s suite of products and value propositions to existing and prospective clients and driving overall growth, profitability and performance for Visa with these clients. Murali also served as the Senior Vice President, Market Development for Mastercard, South Asia. Murali has over 27 years of strategic experience in payments and digital products across India, Middle East and Africa. Prior to Mastercard, he was the CEO for Pinpoint India, a global leader in Loyalty Marketing. Pinpoint was acquired by Mastercard in 2015. Murali has also held senior positions at Barclays, Deutsche Bank and Citibank in his past roles
Nikhil was one of the first team members to join Zeta in 2015. During his first five years at Zeta, Nikhil has taken on multiple roles building products like Flock and Ringo. He was a part of the core team which built Zeta’s benefits platform. An engineer from IIIT - Hyderabad, Nikhil has already propelled Zeta in three markets outside India across Brazil, Vietnam and Philippines.