CTO Harshendar Reddy will develop Ghost Kitchens’ business-to-business (B2B) app, which will automate inventory management, finance, operations, and tracing sales growth, among other things
Ghost Kitchens India acquired Where’s The Food (WTF) in an equity-swap deal. The foodtech player also on-boarded WTF’s founder Harshendar Reddy as chief technology officer (CTO). Harshendar will develop Ghost Kitchens’ business-to-business (B2B) app, which will automate inventory management, finance, operations, and tracing sales growth, among other things.
Started in 2019, Ghost Kitchens acquires food brands and grows them. The firm claims to have over 30 brands in its portfolio including Goila Butter Chicken, owned by chef Sharansh Goila, pizza brand Starboy, Momo Guy, and Khichdi Paradise, as per reported by YourStory.
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