Campaign India Team
May 11, 2022

Shemaroo Entertainment hands Amit Haria CFO role

He was VP - accounts and finance

Shemaroo Entertainment hands Amit Haria CFO role
Shemaroo Entertainment has elevated Amit Haria as chief financial officer. Haria was VP - account and finance prior. He will now be leading the financial and business affairs of the company.
Haria joined Shemaroo 15 years ago and is said to have steered the company’s Initial Public Offer (IPO) in 2014. 
Hiren Gada, CEO, Shemaroo Entertainment, said, “We are delighted to announce this new development and congratulate Amit on his new role. Amit’s promotion is aptly timed as we are ready for the leap to lead the exciting future of entertainment, I am confident that he will bring a valuable, holistic perspective to drive our ambitious growth plans while staying true to our vision and core values.”
Prior to this, Gada was handling the finance and business mandate as CFO.
Haria added, “I am excited to take up the new role and steer the company’s growth aligned with its overall ambitions. I am truly inspired by the organisation’s work ethics, its culture of innovation, and the core values upon which its foundations rest. This is an exciting time for the media and entertainment industry and I am thrilled to be a part of this new exhilarating journey.”
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