Darpan Munjal

Darpan Munjal

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
Founder & CEO, Squadhelp.com

Darpan Munjal is the CEO and founder of Squadhelp.com, a leading naming platform with over 30,000 customers and 300,000 creatives globally. Munjal is a serial entrepreneur and has over 25 years of experience leading disruptive and internet-focused businesses.

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