Rupini Raman is the new Head of Human Resources at Yulu.
The primary tasks of her 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 in the company as an executive.
Rupini has 17+ years of HR and organizational development (OD) expertise in a variety of industries, including fintech, ITES, financial services, logistics, and hospitality. Rupini’s last position was as Head of HR at fintech start-up Vivriti Capital during its high-growth phase, where she built an ecosystem for large-scale, high-skilled personnel acquisition. She formerly worked at Agility as the Head of Rewards and Talent Management, where she was in charge of the HR responsibilities for 6000+ workers dispersed across the Middle East, Africa, and Europe.
She has also worked with international companies such as RR Donnelley, Hutchison Whampoa, and American Express.
“I am happy to join a purpose-driven organization like Yulu,” Raman said of the appointment. Yulu is well-positioned to reinvent India’s mobility environment as a shared EV mobility leader with a unique business model, several strategic alliances, and a strong tech backbone. It’s an honor to be a part of Yulu and collaborate with some of the industry’s brightest brains on ensuring our planet’s long-term viability. I’m looking forward to going on this exciting eco-tour with Yulu!”
‘Rupini’s arrival is a major complement to our Leadership strength,’ stated Amit Gupta, CEO, and Co-Founder of Yulu. Getting our People Strategy right will be a vital success element as we approach a pivotal phase of multi-X development, commencing with a 10X expansion target for 2022.
Rupini will establish Yulu’s HR strategy and vision, build organization capabilities to attract and retain the finest individuals, and create a fantastic working culture at Yulu, thanks to her extensive expertise.”
Rupini Raman is looking forward to enhancing Yulu’s identity as an employer of choice and making it a rewarding place to work in her new role. Diversity, equity, and inclusion will be prioritized, as will bringing real people growth through mentoring and sponsorship programs, according to Rupini Raman.