IdeateLabs appoints Setare Irani Degamwala as Head-People & Culture

Degamwala will be responsible for talent management, building capabilities, people development, among others

Digital marketing company IdeateLabs has announced appointment of Setare Irani Degamwala as the Head of People and Culture at their Mumbai office. She will be responsible for talent management, building capabilities, people development, strengthening organisational culture, deployment of HR strategies in alignment with the organization’s corporate vision & mission and overseeing talent acquisition and associate recruitment along with staffing benefits.

Degamwala comes with 12 years of experience in Human Resource Management and has been recognised as one of India's Top 100 HR professionals for her valuable contribution to the HR field, the company said in a statement. She has worked with organisations like Creativeland Asia, The 120 Media Collective, McKinsey & Co. and TCS, amongst others.

Speaking on the appointment, Vrutika Dawda, Director, IdeateLabs, said, “We are a knowledge-based company with people being our core asset. In an environment where acquiring and keeping talent is one of the top challenges, it is crucial for workplace culture to be at the center of all discussions in the office and Setare’s experience will be a key driver in this endeavor.”

Reaffirming Dawda’s trust, Degamwala said, “In the last few years, IdeateLabs has grown from strength to strength in both capability and people. It’s a fantastic time to be joining the company as it gives me the opportunity to help build and further strengthen the people development, manage current and bring in fresh talent. It also gives me the opportunity to play a vital a role in shaping a culture that will be the key to drive business success”. For more updates, be socially connected with us on
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