Campaign India Team
Jan 03, 2021

Archit Chenoy elevated as CEO at RepIndia

Was MD prior

Archit Chenoy
Archit Chenoy
RepIndia has announced the elevation of Archit Chenoy as chief executive officer. Chenoy was MD prior.
 
Prior to joining RepIndia seven years ago, he has also worked with GTI, Capital India Advisors, Ernst & Young and Standard Chartered Bank.
 
Ayesha Chenoy, founder, RepIndia, said, "I never handed over the reins, for Archit took them in his gentle capable hands, with the grace that is so telling of a great leader. Archit has steered us through 2020, and I will continue to work together with him through all the storms we face together, with a team who is more family than colleagues.”
 
Archit Chenoy said, “It is my greatest honour to step into this role. We have meticulously built, brick by brick, the greatest culture here at RepIndia with the broadest capabilities - enabling us to grow steadily but with stability. Building further on our success is a challenge I frankly look forward to. I am passionate in placing our clients and our people at the centre of everything we do and continue to drive RepIndia’s momentum. The bar set by Ayesha is high no doubt, and filling her shoes will be no easy feat, yet it is one I accept with confidence, determination and ambition and I cannot thank her and our team enough for the faith they have placed in me.”
 
He takes the reins from Ayesha Chenoy, who founded the company in 2013. 
 

 

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Campaign India

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