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Manish Kalghatgi bids adieu to Jet Airways, joins L&T as Head, Corporate Brand Management

15-February-2017
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Manish Kalghatgi bids adieu to Jet Airways, joins L&T as Head, Corporate Brand Management

Manish Kalghatgi, who was earlier working as Vice President Corporate Communications, Jet Airways, has moved on to Larsen & Toubro (L&T). In his new role, Kalghatgi will head the Corporate Brand Management and Communication at L&T.

Speaking about his new role, Kalghatgi said, “Larsen & Toubro has consistently been ranked as a top Indian corporate brand. A conglomerate operating in cutting edge technology, L&T is engaged in sectors of crucial significance to the Indian economy. This is an exciting opportunity for me to be associated with steering L&T’s corporate brand building and communications efforts as the company transitions to the next phase of growth.”

Kalghatgi has over 25 years of experience as a communication specialist. He was helming the Corporate Communications team at GVK from 2006 to 2011 and later joined JSW as Vice President and Group Head, Corporate Communications. Kalghatgi had joined Jet Airways in January 2015 before joining L&T recently.

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