Campaign India Team
Aug 23, 2018

Rafi Khan joins FleishmanHillard to head New Delhi office

Moves from Weber Shandwick where he was EVP

Rafi Khan joins FleishmanHillard to head New Delhi office
FleishmanHillard has announced the appointment of Rafi Khan as senior vice president and general manager of its New Delhi office. Khan was EVP at Weber Shandwick India prior.
 
Yusuf Hatia, MD, FleishmanHillard India, said, “We’ve had an exceptional 2018 in India with growth in clients, award winning work and new people joining us to support our existing teams. Delhi NCR offers great capacity to accelerate our growth, and Rafi’s addition to our team there will help us to capitalise on the opportunities we are already seeing in the capital city. He is exactly the kind of professional we need – with his deep knowledge of the creative industries, business acumen and network in Delhi – and I’m glad that he’s joining us at a time when the number of opportunities are coming in thick and fast!”
 
In a career spanning 20 years he has also worked with Cohn & Wolfe.
 
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