Campaign India Team
Jul 30, 2020

Rachit Dewan joins Yaap as AVP - business development

Last full-time stint was with Fork Media

Rachit Dewan joins Yaap as AVP - business development
Rainmaker Ventures' digital content company, Yaap, has appointed Rachit Dewan as AVP - business development. 
 
Dewan will be based in Gurugram and will oversee business development for the agency across India. He will report to Manan Kapur, partner, Yaap. 
 
His last full-time stint was with Fork Media where he was associate director -buzzerati.
 
He said, “Having seen Yaap's rapid growth in the content, design and influencer marketing space in the past few years, I'm really excited to be a part of this journey along with such a talent and vibrant team.”
 
Kapur said, “With the rapid evolution in digital and media spaces, content is the biggest differentiator in the current times. Rachit will be responsible for creating such digital solutions for client’s needs and creating business opportunities for Yaap. He has a proven record of facilitating long term business relationships within the industry and with brands. It is the right time for us to have a talent such as Rachit who comes with a strong business sense and execution abilities. I wish Rachitall the very best and I’m sure he will be a great asset to Yaap.”
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