Patriek Karayil Joins Fareportal as New Chief Marketing Officer

patriek karayilFareportal, a travel technology company that powers CheapOair.com and OneTravelcom, has announced the appointment of Patriek Karayil as the company's new chief marketing officer. 

Karayil brings over 12 years of experience working at Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies.

“We are pleased to have Patriek Karayil join the company as Fareportal’s new chief marketing officer,” said Sam Jain, CEO of Fareportal. “In addition to the wealth of knowledge and experience he has in the industry, his proven track record for gaining increased market visibility makes him a great asset to our team.”

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Karayil will be responsible for the development of the company’s marketing and communications across all brands. This includes focusing on building and positioning CheapOair.com.

Prior to Fareportal, Karayil served as the global marketing director at Dell where he ran a $1 billion online marketing operations organization, positively impacting 500 million customers. Additionally, he was the chief marketing officer for Implantable Computing Labs, a startup he formed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has also worked in web marketing at National Instruments.

Karayil has an undergraduate degree in Engineering and Computer Science and  is working towards his Master in Business Administration from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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