Campaign India Team
Nov 16, 2021

Abhishek Singh joins Hirect as head of marketing

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Abhishek Singh joins Hirect as head of marketing
Chat-based direct hiring app, Hirect, has announced the appointment of Abhishek Singh as head of marketing. 
He will be responsible for handling the brand’s overall marketing strategies, positioning along with sustainable growth and advanced marketing innovations. 
He moves from, where he was vice president, marketing. 
Raj Das, global co-founder and India CEO, Hirect,  said, “Hirect has grown immensely, gaining massive traction in a very short span. To take the company to new heights, we need industry leaders with significant potential and talent. The strategic hiring move has been taken in sync with this vision. We are sure that Ramani and Abhishek, with their experience and excellence in their respective domains, will be a huge driver for Hirect, further accelerating its growth journey and positioning its stance as a leader in the ever-evolving business landscape.”
Singh said, “All of us understand the business world around us is changing dramatically. And hiring the right talent is getting very critical for the success of any company and more important for startups. My idea is to help the brand position itself as the most preferred destination for startups for ramping up their teams in a smart and effective way. I am thrilled about my new role and look forward to adding wings to the company’s growth trajectory.”
With over 14 years of experience, he has also worked with Skola Toys, LeECo,, among others. 
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