Rupini Raman will be the new Head of Human Resources at Yulu. Her primary tasks in this new post will be to turn Yulu into a preferred employer brand, expand the talent pool, and foster an inclusive, enriching, and progressive workplace culture.
Rupini comes with 17+ years of experience in HR and organizational development (OD) in many sectors, including fintech, ITES, financial services, logistics, and hospitality. In her last stint, Rupini was the Head of HR at fintech start-up Vivriti Capital through its high-growth phase and created an ecosystem for large-scale, high-skilled talent acquisition. Earlier, she was the Head of Rewards and Talent Management division at Agility, where she oversaw the HR functions for 6000+ employees spread across the Middle East, Africa and EU regions. She has also been associated with global brands like RR Donnelley, Hutchison Whampoa and American Express.
On the appointment, Raman said, “I am delighted to join a purpose-driven organization like Yulu. As a shared EV mobility leader with a unique business model, many strategic partnerships, and a deep tech backbone, Yulu is very strongly positioned to redefine the mobility landscape in India. It is a privilege to be part of Yulu and work with some of the industry’s best minds towards creating a sustainable future for our planet. I am looking forward to this fun eco ride with Yulu!”
Amit Gupta, CEO & Co-Founder – Yulu, said ‘Rupini’s arrival is a key addition to our Leadership strength. As we enter into a pivotal phase of multi X growth, starting with a 10X expansion plan for 2022, getting our People Strategy right will be a critical success factor. With her rich experience, Rupini will anchor Yulu’s HR strategy and vision, build organizational capability to attract & retain the best talent, and create a great working culture at Yulu.
In her new role, Raman looks forward to strengthening Yulu’s brand as an employer of choice and making it an enriching place to work. Prioritizing diversity, equality and inclusion, and introducing meaningful people growth through mentoring and sponsorship programs will be a priority, Raman said.