Campaign India Team
Dec 11, 2019

Kaizzen appoints Rahul Mehta as its COO

His previous assignment was as SVP and general manager with FleishmanHillard in New Delhi

Mehta brings over 20 years of agency and corporate experience to the position.
Mehta brings over 20 years of agency and corporate experience to the position.
Public relations and digital media agency Kaizzen has appointed Rahul Mehta as COO its India operations. Mehta will focus on driving business growth across practice areas, providing strategic senior counsel, consolidating existing client relationships and drive service expansion initiatives. He will work closely with Vineet Handa, founder and CEO, Kaizzen. Mehta brings over 20 years of agency and corporate experience to the position.
 
Prior to joining Kaizzen Mehta has served in senior business leadership roles for over a decade, and his previous assignment was as SVP and GM with FleishmanHillard in New Delhi. 
 
“Rahul is a highly respected and experienced communications professional and I welcome him to our India leadership team. His proven expertise to deliver result-oriented and innovative campaigns, and offer senior counsel across diverse sectors and practice areas will benefit our current and future clients. The strengthening of our core India leadership team will help us enter the next phase of growth for our India operations,” said Handa. 
 
“I am excited to join Kaizzen PR and work alongside Vineet to achieve strong business growth. Our focus will be to drive a culture of excellence across all aspects of client servicing. We will aim to offer integrated, unique, innovative and highly focused campaign solutions to clients, to help them achieve their communication and business goals,” said Mehta.
 
Mehta brings expertise in corporate reputation management, crisis management, social media influencer campaigns, internal communications, executive training and brand marketing.
 
Mehta previously worked at agencies such as Corporate Voice Weber Shandwick, Genesis Burson-Marsteller and Good Relations.
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Campaign India

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