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We are engineers, product managers, designers and geeks. We love what we do and we're great at it — but that's where the similarities end. At Proximity, we go out of our way to hire exceptional talent from different places, people with different backgrounds, ideas, approaches and opinions. These differences are powerful — they help us remember that there is no single right way of thinking and help us stay curious and humble.
Amit has 6+ years of experience designing digital user journeys for products across a variety of industries, including products like BookMyShow, UpGrad, Pepperfry, and Servify. He is a naturally detail-oriented creative, and is happiest when he’s bringing new ideas to life with like-minded people who are passionate about what they do.
Outside of work, Amit is a Batman fanatic, a beach addict, and a dedicated Potterhead.
Chitrang directs design at Proximity and specialises in branding, UI/UX, and no code solutions. He started his career very early, often cutting classes to design websites. Since then, he's founded a successful web studio, directed design for several tech startups, and worked as a product design and brand consultant. Outside of work, Chitrang has almost too many hobbies and interests — board gaming, video gaming, miniature painting and building, piano playing, music production, interior design — and that's just the tip of the iceberg.
Having built and scaled People teams for many fast-paced startups, Deepali’s role at Proximity is to streamline strategic initiatives, oversee program management, and communicate objectives between global teams. Deepali drives people and processes with empathy and rationality — she’s here to help our teams put their best foot forward and ensure that the people of Proximity are a happy, productive bunch.
At heart, Deepali is a foodie, an animal lover, and a serial extrovert who befriends babies and oldies with equal enthusiasm. She laughs loudly, cares deeply, and loves simplifying things. After hours, you’ll find her juggling multiple social commitments with extraordinary ease, playing board games, discovering new food places, and generally being a Universal Okasan.
With a degree in CS and a penchant for solving complex problems, Divya started her engineering career at Passport — a digital parking platform — as its first employee. She soon set up a team for Passport in Bangalore and went on to lead their end-to-end operations for six years.
Most recently, Divya worked with GetMyParking, where she managed backend engineering and infrastructure. As an expert in the field, she has also consulted with several tech startups to help define their architectural approaches.
Outside of work, Divya likes to meditate, dance, travel to beaches, and take care of her plant babies. She is a certified scuba diver and intends to become an instructor one day.
A certified Scuba diver, Hardik found his love for technology at a very early age. He started his engineering career at a consulting firm and then worked at a number of startups, where he led product development teams across multiple countries. He's passionate about crafting cutting-edge digital products and creating delightful customer experiences. Hardik is also the founder of Studio Proximity.
Huzaifa loves solving problems, whether they involve people or code. He has experience with all aspects of building products and running tech teams — from actually coding to working with other engineers to interfacing with clients and running tech sprints. He joined Proximity as a Sr. Engineer but soon worked his way up to Staff Engineer. Today, he leads large projects and multiple teams, always doing his best to eliminate roadblocks for his fellow developers. And somehow, he also finds the time to keep coding!
Outside of work, Huzaifa loves spending time with his son and daughter. He also enjoys driving and going on road trips with his friends and family.
Starting out with a degree in English Literature and a penchant for art, Kirtana quickly segued into design and found her niche there. Over the years, she has designed and written for products across industries — leading teams at various startups and honing her design and communication skills simultaneously. Kirtana currently leads Product Design and UX Writing at Proximity, and is focused on designing simple, beautiful interfaces that also speak human. After hours, Kirtana is a closet musician and singer-songwriter, and is working on a comic book side-project of her own. She loves reading fiction and hopes to own a library someday.
An IIT alumnus with an aerospace engineering degree, Kushaal was drawn to software, technology, and startups after a brief stint at the Infosys Aerospace division. He started his tech journey as a Product Manager at an SF-based tech startup called Sourcebits and then joined Tiny Owl as their first Product Manager.
Most recently, Kushaal worked with GetMyParking — a smart parking SaaS platform — re-building their MVP into a globally scalable platform and helping launch the product in 10 different countries across the EU, the US and Southeast Asia.
Outside of work, Kushaal enjoys reading, techno music, travelling, and immersing himself in new experiences. He has travelled to over 30 countries, loves meeting new people, and tries to acquaint himself deeply with their cultures, history, and art. He is also a certified scuba diver.
Nitish is a multitasker and a startup guy at heart. While his expertise lies in frontend development, he has handled everything from design to code to creating and leading cross-functional teams and delivering multiple products.
His favourite things to watch are Into The Wild and Friends, and he loves listening to ColdPlay. If he could have a superpower, Nitish would choose to read minds. Nitish is a foodie at heart and makes the world’s best fried Maggi!
Technically a Program Manager, OP moves fluidly between roles and dons many hats at Proximity. On the product side, he's involved with product ideation, market analysis, QA testing, and finding product market fits. On the people side, he coordinates between teams, ensures that timelines are met, and generally looks after the team's wellbeing.
Outside of work, OP is a Math and Chemistry teacher, a monsoon trekker, and a hardcore Manchester City fan. He currently moonlights as Joint Secretary of the Manchester City Supporters Club in Mumbai.
Currently leading tech at Proximity, Saket is a mechanical engineer turned software engineer, and a true explorer. He has lived in Mumbai, Pune, and Egypt, worked for companies across various industries, co-founded a successful development agency of his own, and even experimented with selling handmade artisan chocolates! He loves side projects and meetups, and hopes to teach meditation and build video games someday.
Originally a Computer Science graduate, Shruti is now an accomplished Scrum Master and Project Manager. She has been a part of the IT industry for over a decade now, and has worked with several MNCs like Infosys, IBM, Accenture, and Wipro. On paper, she’s a Program Manager at Proximity. In reality, Shruti is adept at getting all sorts of things done — from running projects to managing our Social Media Marketing to organising events.
Ever a hustler, Shruti manages to successfully balance work with a variety of other pursuits. She practices and teaches yoga and runs her own small side-business — A Little Dipsy — through which she sells nutritious, homemade, plant-based food.
Tushar comes with an array of experience. He was associated with Media.net as a Senior Application Engineer for 3 years, with Bonzai as a Senior Creative Technologist for a year, and with Mode Media as a Tech Lead (Ad Products) for 7 years. Meticulous, reliable, and ever-empathetic, Tushar excels as both a manager and a mentor for Proximity’s tech teams.
Outside of work, he is die-hard Lucky Ali fan who treasures Indian folk music. Tushar loves Indore food and swears by the mantra — “Live simply, so that others may simply live”.