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MRSS India appoints Archana Pai as VP, Custom Research (south)

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MRSS India appoints Archana Pai as VP, Custom Research (south)

MRSS India announced the induction of four new members into their company. Archana Pai joins as Vice President, Custom Research (South). She has nine years of work experience handling projects in diverse domains such as Ecommerce, Retail, Telecom, Manufacturing, Infrastructure etc.

Anita Pathak takes on the role of Manager. She joins the team with 19 years of work experience in Project Management handling Qualitative research studies. She was involved in each project to assist the research team.

Mansi Mody has joined as the Senior Field Operations Manager at MRSS India. She is a result oriented professional with ten years of experience in Program Management, Operations and Analysis, and Team Leadership in Market Research Industry (Retail and Consumer Research). Mody also has experience in teaching and BFSI client handling.

Pratyush Upadhyay has been hired as Research Manager with experience of more than six years in the MR industry. He has experience in Marketing Research, Market Strategy, Report Management, Market Analysis, Business Development, Client Relationship, Statistical & Analytical Skills, Strategic Analysis and Competitive Analysis.

“The collective knowledge, expertise and experience that our new team is bringing to the firm will further strengthen the diverse functions in our organization. These additions continue to consolidate the leadership of our organisation and are evidence of the great career opportunities that employment with MRSS may offer,” stated Sarang Panchal, Managing Director, MRSS India.

Raj Sharma, Chairman, MRSS added, “Our clients look up to us for our servicing capabilities and we are ensuring that we are adding teams across all levels to ensure that these are delivered efficiently."

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