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IdeateLabs appoints Ashish Rana as biz head
MUMBAI: IdeateLabs, a full service digital marketing company, has appointed Ashish Rana as business head at their Mumbai office.
Rana’s key responsibilities include prospecting new clients, planning and co-ordinating the implementation of business plans, establishing connections with the external stakeholders, forging new deals and growing new business opportunities.
In his last assignment, Rana was the strategy and operations head at YourStory Media and was responsible for planning and implementing organisational strategy, sales and events.
Rana’s expertise lies in the field of marketing, branding, communications, strategy & operations, consumer research and project management. He has worked with renowned companies like Star India, FoodFood, Network18 and OMS (Mudra Max, Part of DDB Group).
Said IdeateLabs director Vrutika Dawda, “Team Ideate is extremely delighted to have Ashish on board. He will play a crucial role in enhancing and growing our business and the brands associated with us. With his extensive business network and interpersonal skills, we look forward to a successful association and a great future. I look forward to Ashish working closely with me and other senior management members in Ideate and contributing to our vision of dynamic and integrated brand solutions for our clients.”
Rana said, “Having worked with some of the best organisations, I look forward to contributing my skills and expertise to my team and IdeateLabs. Having worked for more than a decade with electronic media, I am very excited to work on a blend of electronic and digital marketing solutions for various brands across the country. I’m looking forward to taking IdeateLabs to the next level and creating yet another success story.”