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India’s Lenskart to Recruit 2,000 Employees by 2022

India’s Lenskart to Recruit 2,000 Employees by 2022

Indian eyewear brand Lenskart has said that it will be hiring over 2,000 employees in India and 300 more overseas by 2022 to reach more people.

Over the next few years, Lenskart is going on the offensive to expand its consumer base. The company will hire 1,500 employees to add to its retail locations and more than 100 engineers to beef up its technology team across India. In addition to this, Lenskart will recruit over 300 employees to join its supply chain and manufacturing operations. One hundred more people will be hired for corporate functions.

“We have continued to grow exponentially, in international markets as well as in India, and we are building a strong presence in regional markets as well through our stores and e-commerce. This has opened up several job opportunities across Lenskart to serve and delight our customers at a huge scale. So, hiring is a key aspect in our growth journey, and we are looking at actively hiring skilled talent across verticals for regions like Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Delhi, among others,” said Lenskart’s CEO and founder Peyush Bansal, in a statement.

Founded in 2010, Lenskart has a huge presence as an eyewear brand in India. It has over 5,000 employees on its payroll, including engineers, designers, and data scientists. The company serves over 7 million people all over the world. 


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