Stand Agency hires BAFTA winning Rakhee Rajani

Written by Laura Oliphant

Stand Agency has appointed Rakhee Rajani to further build the agency’s broadcast expertise and video content offer.

Rakhee brings a wealth of media experience, having spent 10 years working in television production across broadcasters such as the BBC and Channel 4. Rakhee was part of the BAFTA Award winning teams behind Strictly Come Dancing, Gordon Ramsay’s F Word, 24 Hours in A&E and The Undateables. More recently, she has led public sector behaviour change campaigns to tackle health and environmental priorities like encouraging cycling and healthy eating.

Stand Agency’s co–founder and Managing Director, Laura Oliphant said:

“Rakhee brings specialist insight and creativity on making campaigns as broadcast media friendly as possible. Her TV and film experience bolsters our Stand Crafted social and content offer.

“Rakhee joins at a time when we are growing rapidly and developing campaigns that seek to challenge perceptions and change behaviour. Her experience developing content with popular appeal helps ensure we reach a broad and diverse audience with out messages.”

Stand Agency’s newly appointed Senior Account manager, Rakhee Rajani said:

“I’m thrilled to join an agency with such an impressive client list and reputation within the industry. I’m looking forward to delivering some exciting and thought-provoking campaigns and using my background in production to secure some great broadcast coverage.”

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