Campaign India Team
Feb 16, 2023

KidZania gets Rahul Dhamdhere

Moves from Nexus Malls

KidZania gets Rahul Dhamdhere
KidZania India has announced the appointment of Rahul Dhamdhere as chief marketing officer. Dhamdhere took over on 10 January. 
 
Along with marketing, he will lead strategic industry partnerships and alliances, and group sales.
 
He moves from Nexus Malls, where he was head - marketing operations.
 
Mahendra Gambhir, director, KidZania India, said, “We are pleased that Rahul Dhamdhere has accepted the position of chief marketing officer at KidZania India. He has a broad and quite unique experience in branding, marketing and communications which we believe will be very valuable for our company."
 
Dhamdhere added, “It is an incredible privilege to join KidZania India as CMO and I look forward to bringing my industry experience for the company to grow at an even better and faster speed and add more value in the long run.”
 
Dhamdhere has also worked with Piramal Realty, L&T Realty, Inorbit Malls, HCC and DDB Mudra.
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