zahara kanchwalla

co-founder & chief executive officer

Zahara is the Co-founder & Director at Rite KnowledgeLabs. As the Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) she is responsible for providing operational leadership and ensuring service delivery quality. Across diverse digital stakeholder communication and thought-leadership programs, she works closely with clients, anchoring relationships and ensuring the service delivery exceeds expectations right from planning to publishing.

She has over 17 years of experience and has worked with several multinational and leading Indian organizations in various capacities pertaining to business communications, content publishing, e-learning, IT and training. She brings significant business and financial content publishing experience and has led engagements with customers across industry sectors.

Prior to co-founding Rite KnowledgeLabs, she worked at Ketchum Sampark and Riteverses as the Head of Content & Publishing. Earlier she worked with Tech Mahindra in Marketing & Communications and was responsible for global content and knowledge management. Having started her career in IT programming, she has a passion for technology and has consulted organizations in the capacity of a corporate trainer for IT and business communications.

A Plastics engineer, she also holds a Post Diploma in Computer Applications. She has attended an Executive Education Programme at Indian School of Business (ISB) on “Strategy in the Digital Era”

She works out of Mumbai and can be reached at:

Recent Blogs

After slow food and slow fashion, it's time for brands to embrace ‘Slow Content'

In a digitally driven world powered by rapid technological advancements, our lives have become a whirlwind of instant gratification. Content consumption has become synonymous with speed, and our splintering attention spans thrive on quick fixes and endless scrolling, always chasing the next viral sensation or the next quick byte.


ChatGPT will separate the thinkers from the writers

Gone are the days when writing was considered an art form, mastered only by a chosen few who possessed the elusive talent of weaving magic with words. Now, with the power of AI and language models like ChatGPT, it seems that anyone can pick up a quill (or keyboard) and write their way to literary greatness. Writing is no longer a magic trick, it’s a universal skill.


Building Trust and Authenticity with Thought Leadership Content

CXOToday has engaged in an exclusive interview with Zahara Kanchwalla – Co-founder & CEO, Rite KnowledgeLabs