Campaign India Team
Feb 11, 2021

Anupam Gurani joins Lead School as CMO

Moves from Disney+ Hotstar where he was SVP and head - sales

Anupam Gurani
Anupam Gurani
Lead School, an edtech player in India’s K-12 education segment, has announced the appointment of Anupam Gurani as chief marketing officer.
Gurani will be based in Mumbai. Prior to the move he was senior vice president and head of sales at Disney+ Hotstar.
Sumeet Mehta, co-founder and CEO, Lead School, said, “We are happy to have Anupam on-board as he brings robust knowledge of consumer-centric businesses to this role combined with a deep understanding of how new digital technologies are disrupting industries. We are on a positive growth trajectory at Lead School and are very well-positioned to continue building on our strong momentum. Anupam’s knowledge and expertise will be very valuable in shaping and developing new opportunities for Lead School.” 
Gurani said, “I am thrilled to join Lead School and its leadership team at such a pivotal time in its evolution. Being a part of the company’s journey in bringing about a change in India’s education system is challenging yet exciting. I am glad about the opportunity to grow the company with a remarkable team as we continue to define the future of education.”
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