PolicyBazaar co-founder joins Fitso's advisory board

Priyanka Pani Mumbai | Updated on January 17, 2018

Yashish Dahiya

Yashish Dahiya, CEO and co-founder of fintech start-up, has joined the advisory board of fitness start-up Fitso.

PolicyBazaar helps consumers analyse, choose and buy financial products. Dahiya, an IIT-Delhi and IIM-Ahmedabad graduate, will now be also on the board of Fitso as an advisor and build the company founded by another IIT-Delhi alumnus, Saurabh Aggarwal.

A national-level swimmer and tri-athlete himself, Dahiya is also a fitness guru. Aggarwal said: “Dahiya will provide us with his keen insight and ideas as Fitso enters its next phase of growth. I’m sure his deep understanding of start-ups will provide us with practical strategic focus and strengthen our current business leadership position in the market.”

Fitso app aims to make fitness accessible and affordable for everyone. The app has created an interface with GPS Tracking, weight-loss plans, freestyle workout videos, and calorie logging. Fitso also helps fitness enthusiasts hire personal trainers and dieticians on a cost starting from ₹500 a month.

(This article was originally published on July 11, 2016, and has been corrected to remove an incorrect reference to Dahiya quitting PolicyBazaar.)

Published on July 11, 2016

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