Ravi Saund new COO of CHD Developer
CHD Developers Ltd has announced elevating Ravi Saund to the post of Chief Operating Officer. He most recently was the Head Business Development, CHD Developers Ltd. Saund will continue to report to Gaurav Mittal, MD, CHD Developers Ltd.
In his new role, he will continue to serve on the company’s most senior leadership team and he will be responsible for the strategic and operational leadership of CHD’s sales, marketing, projects and services professionals on a national basis as well as company’s business development operations, the company said.
Saund has over 19 years of experience in the real estate sector and was instrumental in launching various projects in conjunction with market requirements.
“Ravi has been a great asset for our company and his contribution has taken the company to higher echelons. With this new responsibility being entailed to him, I am sure he will do justice to the role and help CHD to reach unparalleled heights and build a compelling brand image,” said Gaurav Mittal. “More than ever, CHD’s growth opportunities abound as a result of our efficient team, customer care and strong belief in innovation. Ravi’s leadership of business development, sales and marketing will help ensure we harness this potential and fully realize the growth opportunities before us,” he added.
Commenting on his new role and the future plans of the company, Ravi Saund said, “Having built an enviable reputation over the past two decades, we are hoping to continue to build an impressive portfolio and mark our footprints in Delhi NCR and Mumbai as well. Our company’s clear-cut vision, its professionalism and expertise, and its unswerving faith in excellence form the bedrock of its solid fundamentals while it continues to aim for and scale new heights. When you look at the incredible lineup of innovative projects CHD is poised to deliver over the next couple of years, it is a very exciting place in which to contribute and work to create happy and healthy communities. And now we are all set to report projects worth Rs4000 crore by 2016.”