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RAPOO elevates Mukesh Chaudhary as Country Head for India and SAARC

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RAPOO elevates Mukesh Chaudhary as Country Head for India and SAARC

Wireless peripheral products provider, RAPOO has announced the promotion of Mukesh Chaudhary as the new Country Head for India and SAARC. Chaudhary will be operating from company’s newly opened corporate office at Mumbai. He has been promoted to this new role from Regional Manager-West and South India and Sales Head of Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. He joined RAPOO in 2013 as RM West India and has served the company in many roles. 

Chaudhary has a significant expertise in sales and marketing and has gained leadership experience in business development and relationship management while being associated with various organisations over the years. Over all he has an enriching experience of 12 years from leading business organisations in sales and marketing, business development and relationship management, and product and channel management.

Prior to joining RAPOO, Chaudhary was heading PC monitor brand, AOC, as Regional Manager – West India.

In his new role, Chaudhary will be responsible for developing and managing the sales and marketing from planning to execution in India and SAARC as RAPOO is looking forward to move in the digital lifestyle consumer segment.

Oliver Shi, Vice President-Overseas at RAPOO said, “I am pleased to announce the promotion of Mukesh as Country Head for India and SAARC. I am confident, with his strong marketing and sales skill, strength and passion, he will successfully lead the rapidly growing RAPOO India business and the team. I wish him all the very best and good luck for his new role and responsibility.”

Commenting on his recent promotion, Chaudhary said, “I am delighted and thankful to the management for showing faith and confidence in me. IT and digital lifestyle market is at the cusp of exponential growth and I am excited to explore and use this opportunity within this new role. I am looking forward to use my knowledge and expertise to help RAPOO grow in India and SAARC and to build an excellent reputation.”

In its bid to streamline the business operations, RAPOO has made another significant investment in India and has strategically shifted its India corporate office to Mumbai while its marketing and administration office will remain in New Delhi.



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