Helping ecommerce to grow more in revenue and less in expenses.
We are a bunch of owls coming from various backgrounds bringing together expertise to grow PushOwl bigger and better than what we are today!
The team often calls him ‘boss’, just to tick him off. Shashank handles things at the intersection of engineering, design and marketing and support. After being a nerd for his entire life, he is now focussed on picking up life skills. He is often found sleeping on sofas and sleeping bags and claims they are the best places for deep sleep.
Growing up, Kunal didn't picture a career in sales, but grew up to liking it once he got deeply involved in the product. He enjoys learning first-hand how PushOwl helps users, takes note of their experiences and gets a kick out of converting people into hardcore PushOwl fans. A die-hard fan of Game of Thrones, he even named his pet after the Mother of Dragons. So, if ever you are ever caught in the dilemma of what-to-watch, you now know who you can bother.
Always goes the extra mile to solve customer's challenges. Other than keeping customers happy, he loves to travel with his trusty camera and is more than eager to talk to you about his “healthy” obsession for desserts.
Our in-house mimic, Adhithya designs delightful experiences for our merchants. Work aside, he is someone who has a constant battle in his mind about food v/s fitness. He plays sports and likes singing Hindi songs except, never really seems to get the lyrics right.
Asiya handles all things content at PushOwl. Her passion to write has been a part of her for as long as she can remember. When she isn't working, Asiya spends time writing about culture, sci-fi, and life.
Your go-to Shopify partner expert. If he isn't working or listening to podcasts, he's probably creating an Instagram story of you. He is fascinated with emojis and would be game to accompany you anytime for a coffee tasting session!
Works on the backend, powering the dashboard and ensuring millions of push notifications are sent. He is passionate about books and believes reading expands the "horizons of the mind”. If you want to indulge him in conversation, talk to him about Software Engineering and Philosophy. He loves to dance but only after a couple of drinks.
The designer behind PushOwl's vibrant brand identity. When he wants to take a break from creating positive product designs, he works on customising anything that comes his way. He loves being around happy people as their vibe fuels his creative mind. If Hollywood was ever looking for inspiration to make Little Mr. Sunshine, they should be knocking at his door. He goes by the name of gareebdesigner!
Manages the customer funnel at PushOwl, creating new channels for customer acquisition and developing tactics to reduce our churn. He is determined to catch-up on a lifetime's worth of music, fiction and film. An extrovert by nature, we are convinced he suffers from FOMO, Back home in the US, he used to be a fencer and took part in national competitions. Fencing excited him because it was a strategic sport but mostly because “swords are cool!”
Growing up, Kushagra was fascinated by computers. He started building games early on and then got hooked. He is the reason we are able to create smooth user experiences. He spends the rest of his time playing the piano, sketching and working at his brother’s farmhouse. His true happiness seems to come from the zest of creating something new.
Handles recruiting and manages communication within and outside the team. She has come to find that cleaning her home is therapeutic and claims the best place to spend a Sunday evening is in a large library amidst thousands of books that contain, carefully structured, coherent and intimate thoughts of geniuses.
Even though her sales career birthed out of sweet serendipity, she is always excited to help PushOwl users make the most of the app. During her spare time she writes— fiction, creative non-fiction, poems, and anything in between. To engage her in conversation, talk to her about Jane Austen, Bronte sisters, or Arundhati Roy. On a good day, she will tell you more about how in writing she found her voice.