2021 saw Squad Spinny grow with 4000+ team members, each driving the Spinny agenda to deliver quality car buying and selling experience
Spinny saw recruitments peaking in October 2021 with 18% recruits being women
Gurugram: Spinny – The pioneering full-stack used car retailing platform – is now 4000+ team members strong. The company also aims to increase their workforce by 5000+ employees by the end of 2022 as it expands deeper into the Indian market.
The company is a benchmark in contactless and completely digital transactions where the complete full-stack capabilities allow for buying and selling cars from home. The entire process is curated to be an online first experience with all details about the car along with a 360-degree view of each car listed on the platform.
Says Niraj Singh, Founder and CEO, of Spinny’s recruitment strategy – “Fulfilling our promise of a quality car for every Indian household and customer delight in the buying or selling experience are our people. Through their commitment and zeal for getting things Spinny-right, people today believe in a Spinny Assured® car and trust us. Every new member of Squad Spinny- and more driven individuals will join their ranks in 2022, know their role – to continue to build up this hard-earned trust.”
Founded in 2015, Spinny is a used car retailing platform that aims to bring about transparency and convenience in the car buying and selling process in India. Spinny operates across the entire value chain of pre-owned cars, embedding superior technology and processes to deliver a premium experience to customers. As a testimony of Spinny’s commitment to transparency and quality, every car on the Spinny platform comes with a 200-point inspection checklist, 5-day no questions asked money-back guarantee, and 1-year after-sales warranty. Currently, Spinny has 36 car hubs that operate across 15 cities – Delhi, Gurugram, Noida, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Indore and Coimbatore.
Gurugram, 20th December 2021: Amid the rapid surge in Covid-19 cases in the city, CasaBella Condominium Association with sincere support from Mapsko Management and Dr (Mrs) Inderjeet Yadav, a Social Activist from Hyatpur have conducted sanitization activity of the whole condominium to limit the spread of infection. The Association also plans to implement measures ranging from limiting the entry of visitors and restricting entry to parks to banning renovation work and walking pets in common areas in case of a surge in Covid cases. This sanitation initiative has been taken up by the President of CasaBella Condominium Association, Commander Satyavir Singh (Retd)
Cdr Satyavir Singh, President of CasaBella Condominium Association, said “After reporting of three Covid-19 positive cases in our condominium, which led to one of the towers being considered for declaring it a containment zone, the Association considered various measures to limit the spreading of Covid-19. We couldn’t afford to take a chance in dealing with this new variant of Covid19. However, we have conducted sanitization of the whole condominium. Further, we have advised the residents to follow Covid-19 protocols strictly and urged the affected people to timely report all cases to the Association so that we take immediate action”.
He also said that the Association is ready to establish an 8-10 bed Covid Care Centre at short notice as every piece of equipment including beds, oxygen Cylinders, oxygen Concentrators, etc are already procured during the second wave.
The Association has also set up a three-stage sanitation process for domestic help and vendors — wash hands with soap at a basin located at the entrance and sanitize their hands twice, once at the entrance and the other before entering the tower.
Mr. Rahul Singla, Director, Mapsko Group, said “It is a great initiative taken by the Casabella Condominium Association(CBCA) to limit the spread of covid 19. We realized that the sanitation drive needs to be conducted as the new omicrons variant is more dangerous than the earlier virus. Henceforth, we have instructed the residents of all the societies to strictly follow the measures and guidelines.”