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Ziox Mobiles appoints Vikash Chandra as GM, eCommerce and TV Shopping business

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Ziox Mobiles appoints Vikash Chandra as GM, eCommerce and TV Shopping business

Ziox Mobiles, under the aegis of Sun Airvoice Private Limited, has announced the induction of Vikash Chandra as the General Manager – eCommerce and TV Shopping business. To fuel further growth, the company aims to strengthen its Online Business and e-commerce network. 


Ziox aims to accomplish online sales of up to 20% of the total sales in this FY 2017-2018.staggered 15% in the current quarter and 20% in the next quarter.


Speaking on the appointment, Deepak Kabu, CEO, Ziox Mobiles, said, "We are pleased to welcome Mr. Vikash Chandra on board.  His experience in the eCommerce and TV Shopping domain will support the company’s strategy to lead the group to achieve bigger milestones. When it comes to the Online space, we see nothing but opportunity especially in the country’s booming e-commerce market. Streamlining our business goals, we have full confidence that Mr. Chandra’s business acumen will enhance our ability to achieve our business goal.” 


Prior to Ziox Mobiles, Chandra was associated with LeEco India where he played a key role in launching LeTV’s big screen smart TVs and achieved epic industry positioning in its segment. In his past, he had been associated with Intex, ZTE India and Brightpoint India. 


Speaking on his appointment, Chandra said, "Ziox Mobiles is an eminent emerging brand in India, committed to bring value and quality to Indian consumers. I am pleased to associate with the brand and become a partner in its growth. I look forward to support company's endeavour in achieving a strong footing in online sales.” 


As GM, eCommerce, Chandra shall be responsible for carving strategies for Online and TV Shopping business, nurturing partnerships, bringing fresh and exclusive offerings. In current quarter, he will oversee exclusive launches with major online marketplaces.

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