Zomato’s Deepinder Goyal plans multiple CEO structures for ‘Eternal’ organisation

Zomato, a food delivery firm, is internally rebranding as “Eternal,” a broader organization that will house many businesses, each with its Chief executive officer. “We are at a moment in life when we are graduating from running a single firm to now running numerous major enterprises,” Zomato CEO and MD Deepinder Goyal posted on the company’s Slack channel.


He informed us that they are transitioning from a company where he was the CEO to a place where they will have multiple CEOs running each of their businesses (Eg: Zomato, Blinkit, Hyperpure, Feeding India), all acting as peers to each other and working as a super-team with each other toward building a single large and seamless organization. Goyal said the company would call this larger organization “Eternal”.


“The very name Eternal is a mission statement. Other terms that can be used to characterize Eternal are limitless, timeless, undying, eternal, and forever, he added in the statement on July 28. The founder and CEO of the Gurugram-based firm noted that Eternal would first only be used internally. The Eternal logo ought to start appearing in a few locations around our workplace.


Albinder Dhinsda currently serves as the CEO of Blinkit, and Mohit Gupta is the CEO of Zomato’s meal delivery business. Ramit Goyal is the company’s business-to-business restaurant supplier company Hyperpure’s head of product and growth. Following the expiration of the pre-IPO shareholders’ required lock-in period last week, Zomato’s shares took a severe hit.


The stock has lost more than 70% of its value overall since attaining an all-time high of Rs 169.32 a percentage, with macroeconomic traits, which might be reflected in a better cost of capital, in most cases to blame for the value drop. The corporation has to forestall contribution margins and adjusted income earlier than pastime, tax, depreciation, and amortization for this value to be created. It should also work to reduce the increase in the value of the products offered.