Campaign India Team
Jun 24, 2019

Rahul Karwa rejoins Geometry Encompass

Was CEO at The Bucketlist prior

Rahul Karwa rejoins Geometry Encompass
Geometry Encompass has announced the appointment of Rahul Karwa as chief operating officer (COO) - West. He was CEO at The Bucketlist prior. 
 
This is his second stint with the agency. He was managing partner between 2015 and 2017 and had set up Engage. 
 
Karwa said, “I am happy to be able to come back to Geometry Encompass, in many ways it’s almost like coming back home. In my new role, I hope to support the agency in its growth journey and to drive operational excellence across the portfolio of services. I look forward to leading this team of innovative disruptors.”
 
Roshan Abbas, founder and managing director, Geometry Encompass, said, “In our attempt to build the agency of the future we are always on the search for new talent and sometimes we find people who have been on a journey with us before. Rahul has delivered exceptional results in the past while leading Engage. Now that he has rejoined us in this journey, I believe we are now stronger than ever. I welcome him aboard.”
 
In a career spanning 19 years he has also worked with Ogilvy Action, DDB MudraMax, WPP and Reliance Capital. 
 
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