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Nikhil Arora

Nikhil leads strategy, business growth, operations and customer care for GoDaddy in India as its Vice President & Managing Director. In his role at the world’s leading platform dedicated to small businesses, Nikhil is passionate about helping small businesses and entrepreneurs establish and grow their ventures. Nikhil has over two decades of international and India experience in corporate strategy, marketing, business development, and finance. He brings extensive experience operating in emerging markets, along with deep insights on challenges confronting small and micro businesses as they look for growth and to build compelling businesses. Prior to his current role at GoDaddy India, Nikhil was the Head of Operations for Asia and India General Manager for WeWork, a fast growing global start-up. Prior to joining WeWork, Nikhil was the Managing Director at Intuit India, where he was responsible for implementing Intuit’s India business strategy, strengthening partnerships and capitalizing on social, mobile and global market trends. Previous roles included Vice President and Country Head of Operations at Laureate Education, as well as roles in business development at ADP and in managing M&As and joint ventures at Delphi. Nikhil holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Thunderbird School of Global Management, Arizona, as well as a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Accounting and Finance from Hofstra University, New York. Having spent time in Russia and Central Asia managing public education projects, Nikhil also holds a Diploma in Russian language. He is based out of New Delhi, and his other interests include running marathons, biking, obstacle and adventure sports, traveling and exploring new destinations.

Latest Articles By Nikhil Arora

Is Your Website Truly Protected?

Nikhil Arora

According to government sources, there were 6,07,220 cybersecurity breaches reported between June 2021 and June 2022

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Digital Skills Development: Way For Small businesses To Stay Relevant

Nikhil Arora

As per a survey, Indian MSMEs have witnessed an average of 46 per cent decline in business volume due to nationwide lockdowns in 2020 and Covid-19 global pandemic

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Succeeding In 2022: Here Are Some Trends For What Businesses Can Do

Nikhil Arora

Although the sector was severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the support from our government’s economic relief packages under the Atmanirbhar Bharat Scheme has been incredibly helpful in assisting its recovery. Despite the uncertainties being brought by the third wave, many businesses have started redesigning their strategies to help ensure business continuity.

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