Campaign India Team
Jun 12, 2012

Webchutney elevates, redesignates key personnel

The changes are across its executive leadership in New Delhi and Mumbai.

Webchutney elevates, redesignates key personnel

Webchutney has announced a series of changes in its leadership team across Mumbai and New Delhi offices.

Rahul Nanda, chief operating officer, has been named partner and president – mobile Initiatives. He will head the new, autonomous division, with focus on product initiatives in the mobile and tablet space.

Executive creative director Nishi Kant has been elevated to chief operating officer - west and  south region, while Saket Vaidya has been named chief operating officer - north, from his current role of vice president, regional operations.

Vice president - strategy and business development, Tarana Mehtawill, take up the role of chief strategy officer, while Meghana Bhat moves up as executive creative director.

The moves signify an attempt to accelerate growth by forging stronger ties with partners and clients, while streamlining vertical units and fortifying operational efficiency, said an official statement from Webchutney.

Sidharth Rao, chief executive officer, Webchutney, said, "The movements reflect our commitment to building internal strength through collaborative growth. The new, dynamic leadership has a proven track record with demonstrated results, valuable experience and seamless operational control achieved consistently. They are strategically positioned to lead the new wave of innovation at a crucial time in the evolution of digital experiences and engagement in India.”

Source:
Campaign India

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