Kaizzen has launched a research and knowledge-based sector called "Kaizzen Insights."

 Kaizzen Insights appoints Ashish Gupta as Director

New Delhi, 13 July 2021 – With the hiring of Ashish Gupta as Director of Kaizzen Insights, the organization's new research branch, Kaizzen, a leading Public Relations and Digital Media Agency, has reinforced its senior leadership team. Gupta will delve into current events in order to come up with answers to the country's complicated problems. He'll be working closely with Kaizzen's Founder and CEO, Vineet Handa.

Kaizzen has launched a research and knowledge-based sector called "Kaizzen Insights."

Gupta has more than three decades of expertise in business writing, having worked for a number of well-known national and international publications, including The Times of India, Indian Express, Outlook Business, Business Today, and Fortune India, to mention a few.

“With over three decades of experience in mainstream media, Ashish is a highly experienced and renowned business journalist, and I am delighted to welcome him to our India leadership team,” said Kaizzen Founder and CEO Vineet Handa. “His broad knowledge and insights into a variety of sectors and businesses will be invaluable to Kaizzen.”

“With the introduction of Kaizzen Insights, I am certain that we will be able to convert Kaizzen into a knowledge-based and data-driven communications consultant. This will also benefit our current clients, who will benefit from better communication and policy advocacy services.

“I am thrilled to join Kaizzen as Director, Insights, and look forward to collaborating with Vineet on his new venture to ensure the transformative journey is a success. “I intend to use all of my journalistic and other expertise to help the firm grow,” Gupta added.

Prior to joining Kaizzen, Gupta held leadership positions in a number of well-known national publications. His most recent position was as Deputy Editor and Chief of Bureau for Fortune India, the Indian edition of the Fortune magazine published in the United States. He has written extensively on Indian economic reforms, national budgets, and monetary policies, stock market gyrations, infrastructural challenges, and the emergence of new-age technology over the years. He's also kept track of the growth and fall of many corporations in various industries.

He was the Deputy Editor of Outlook Business magazine before joining Fortune, and before to that, he was an Associate Editor at Business Today. He graduated from Delhi University with a master's degree in political science and a diploma in journalism from the Times School of Journalism.


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