Campaign India Team
Jun 15, 2022

Rahul Mehta joins Media Mantra as chief executive officer

Last full-time stint was with Kaizzen

Rahul Mehta joins Media Mantra as chief executive officer
PR company, Media Mantra, has announced the appointment of Rahul Mehta as chief executive officer of its India operations.
 
He will be responsible for driving strategic business growth, consolidating and expanding the business across existing and new practice areas. He is also tasked with launching new services and providing strategic senior counsel to clients.
 
Mehta’s last full-time stint was with Kaizzen, as chief operating officer. 
 
He will work directly with Udit Pathak, founder director, Media Mantra.
 
Pathak said, "Media Mantra is currently undergoing a very exciting phase of growth. This year, one of the key focus areas for us was to strengthen our leadership team by adding well-respected professionals like Rahul, who is a proven communications expert with strong expertise in executing innovative and integrated client campaigns. His vast experience and immense knowledge makes him a perfect fit for overseeing our India operations as part of the growing leadership team. He will provide strategic insights and drive impact and outcomes for our growing list of clients. While working closely with me, he will play a vital role in accelerating collective growth of the organisation. As we inch closer to our 10th anniversary this August, Rahul's appointment is just the beginning of bigger and better things to come in future for the MM family.” 
 
Mehta said, "I am excited to join Media Mantra at this exciting juncture, where the agency has laid a strong foundation to enter the next phase of its strong growth journey. Media Mantra has a proven track record of executing award-winning campaigns for clients and I look forward to working alongside Udit to drive a culture of excellence for clients across existing and new service offerings, with a clear focus on delivering communication outcomes that have a measurable impact on business outcomes." 
 
With over 22 years of experience, he has also worked with companies like FleishmanHillard and Weber Shandwick.
 
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