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Kishore Biyani gets Grey India's former CEO Jishnu Sen as head of marketing of Future Retail

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 Kishore Biyani gets Grey India's former CEO Jishnu Sen as head of marketing of Future Retail

In a bid to push critical businesses, especially consumer and supply chain, Kishore Biyani’s Future Group has roped in Grey India's ex-CEO, Jishnu Sen as head of marketing for Future Retail. He will report to Sadashv Nayak, CEO, Big Bazaar.

Sen has more than 25 years of experience across sectors and has built strategies for brands such as Pepsi, Britannia, Ferrero and Colgate-Palmolive.

According to media reports, Biyani has said that more appointments are soon expected on the consumer business side.

News reports further suggest that under the new structure, Devendra Chawla, president for its food and FMCG business, will be made the chief executive of Future Consumer while PV Seshadri, COO of its logistics business will be elevated as Future Supply Chain's CEO.

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