Vahak hires Hammad Khan, Kunal Mamtura, Piyush Shinde and Sumedha Mahorey

Appointments made across content, design, digital marketing, and public relations

Jan 19, 2023 10:21:00 AM | Article | Campaign India Team Share - Share to Facebook

Vahak has announced the appointment of Hammad Khan, Kunal Mamtura, Piyush Shinde and Sumedha Mahorey.
 
Mamtura has been appointed as the head of design and will be leading the company’s design efforts across all channels. He moves from Origo Product Design Studio, where he was senior product consultant. He has also had stints with DHL, DHFL General Insurance and Just Buy Live Enterprise among others.
 
Khan has been appointed as head of digital marketing. His last full-time stint was with 4AM Worldwide, where he was vice president - digital. He has also had an entrepreneur stint during which he founded Tango Down.
 
Mahorey has joined as the head of public relations and brand. She was head of communications at Educate Girls. In a career spanning 16 years, she has also worked with Sterlite Technologies, Network18 and Times Group.   
 
Shinde has been appointed as head of content. He moves after a short stint with WebEngage, where he was director - content. He has also worked with Upstox and Vimito.
 
Karan Shaha, CEO and co-founder, Vahak, said, “We are excited to welcome these talented leaders to our growing leadership team. Their expertise and hands-on experience will be invaluable as we continue to innovate for the Indian road transportation and logistics community.”
 
Vahak is a transport community platform that helps create direct connections between all logistics players.

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