News: Yatra.com appoints new CMO

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Yatra.com appoints new CMO

Shekhawat will be responsible for leading marketing activities, alliances and ancillary revenues across all Yatra.com business-lines and group entities
Yatra.com appoints new CMO

Yatra.com, one of India’s leading online travel companies, has announced the appointment of Mudit Shekhawat as Chief Marketing Officer of the company. He will be responsible for leading marketing activities, alliances and ancillary revenues across all Yatra.com business-lines and group entities. In addition to further strengthening Yatra's brand positioning, he will also manage all consumer marketing initiatives across platforms to drive customer stickiness and loyalty.

Commenting on the new appointment Sharat Dhall, COO (B2C), Yatra.com said, “We are delighted to have Mudit come on board with us. As a veteran of the industry, he brings with him vast experience in digital and consumer marketing, which will spur additional growth for us and cement our position as India’s travel planner.” 

Mudit comes with rich consumer marketing experience of more than 12 years in the consumer internet space, most recently with Ola, where he was head of marketing. In his earlier stints, he has worked with Myntra, Yahoo and HCL Technologies in various marketing leadership roles.

Speaking on his appointment, Mudit Shekhawat said, "I am excited to be a part of Yatra, one of the first big Indian Internet brands. It's a dynamic category and I look forward to the challenge of making the Yatra brand even larger, more loved and trusted amongst Indian travelers.

Mudit is an alumnus of IIT Madras, from where he went on to do a Masters in Engineering from Pennsylvania State University before finally finding his calling in marketing, and rounding it up with an MBA from ISB Hyderabad. 

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Topics: Appointments, Leadership

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