Campaign India Team
Sep 19, 2021

Ambesh Tiwari joins Leverage Edu as CMO

Moves from Zee

Ambesh Tiwari joins Leverage Edu as CMO

Leverage Edu, a study abroad platform, has announced the appointment of Ambesh Tiwari chief marketing officer. Tiwari will lead the company's marketing, branding, growth, and institutional sales.

Tiwari was director - digital alliances and partnerships at Zee.

Akshay Chaturvedi, founder and CEO, Leverage Edu, said, “Ambesh brings rich experience with him and we are thrilled to welcome him in our leadership team. Leverage Edu is at a crucial juncture in its journey, having recently forayed into Europe with opening of its office in UK.  We are very confident that he will lead Leverage Edu and successfully establish our place both nationally and internationally in the growing Ed-tech ecosystem."

Tiwari said, "I am excited to join Leverage Edu and share my efforts to create widespread brand awareness while pushing for a very strong growth agenda. Having followed the growth trajectory of Leverage Edu since its inception, I was familiar with the organisation and was impressed with its culture, diversity, people and specially its entrepreneurial mindset."

 
 
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