[Los Angeles, June 13, 2023] Fabric, the leader in media and entertainment catalog management, has appointed Bahareh Navai as its Executive Vice President of Operations and Customer Success. She will be responsible for streamlining workflows and operational efficiencies across Fabric’s global workforce, which spans seventeen countries.

Navai joins Fabric from Rightsline, where she was the Chief Operating Officer, responsible for the day to day operations of the Professional Services and Support division. During her four years at Rightsline, she guided the business through acquisitions and international growth, managing operations as well as account management teams. She previously spent twelve years at Deluxe Entertainment Services Group where she ran technical operations in the US and UK, gaining a deep understanding of complex M&E workflows and ultimately became Vice President of Operations.

“Having worked with Bahareh at Rightsline, I know her innate talent for building operational processes into developing businesses,” said Rob Delf, CEO of Fabric. Following the acquisition of IVA in January, Fabric is at the stage in its growth trajectory were it is ready for Bahareh’s skills in operational management as we continue to build and deliver products for content owners.”

With a masters in computer science from the University of Southern California, Navai has always worked in the media and entertainment industry and is passionate about helping smaller disruptive companies bring transformative products and services to market.

Bahareh Navai, Fabric’s Executive Vice President of Operations and Customer Success, said: “I am excited to join Fabric at a point in its growth story where my skills in operational efficiency will further enhance the company. I look forward to working with project managers across the world as we continue to develop Fabric’s award-winning products.


About Fabric

Fabric provides the entertainment industry with the world’s best data solutions, helping them to connect people with the content that they love. Fabric’s software enables customers to store identification, editorial, technical, discovery and AI-generated content metadata and also provides a unique front-end to modern media supply chains. This makes data from previously disparate systems accessible to business users through a beautiful single application for review, curation and reporting. To learn more, visit https://www.fabricdata.com