Ruchica Tomar Joins Uber as Head of Communications

Ruchica Tomar joined Uber as Head of Communications. She will lead the team for India and South Asia.

Tomar’s previous stint was with MakeMyTrip as Vice President – Public Relations and Communications where she worked for over 3 years.

Tomar previously worked with Uber as Head of Corporate Communications and is now back in her team with new responsibilities. She announced her move on LinkedIn where she quoted: “TToday I’m back like a boomerang to Uber and delighted with the return. The company continues to be one of the most defining businesses of our time – constantly re-imagining the way the physical and digital worlds connect. Becoming the hottest app for mobility in India is a fantastic challenge and I’m all done up and eager to go. Having the opportunity to work here again, alongside some of the most talented people in the business, allowed me to vote with my feet. As I get used to the new but familiar surroundings, I look forward to applying what I have learned in the four years I have been away from home. I can’t wait to see what tomorrow will bring! #UberOn “

Tomar is a communications professional with nearly 16 years of experience straddling journalism and corporate communications. After a diverse experience as an audiovisual journalist for a decade, she moved to public relations to lead the communications mandate to define new economy companies that are rewriting the rules of communication and engagement with their stakeholders – that they are consumers, employees, the media or investors.

Tomar has contributed to leading agencies and media such as Weber Shandwick, TV Today Network and DD News.

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