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Ranjiv Singh quits Hewlett-Packard India

09-April-2014
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Ranjiv Singh quits Hewlett-Packard India

Ranjiv Singh, Head - Marketing PPS at Hewlett-Packard India has put in his papers, as per industry sources. Singh had been Chief Marketing Officer with the organisation prior to his current role for over a year. His next destination is not known.

Prior to joining HP, Singh was with Microsoft for over seven years. He has also been with Ericsson Communications for over five years, first as Director, Mobile Phones and then as Vice President, Global Services. He also had a two-year stint as Marketing Manager with Levi Strauss India.

Singh has a rich and varied experience of over two decades across brands and categories. Singh started his career with Unilever, where he served as Brand Manager and was with the company for nearly a decade.

Singh did not respond to our calls and messages till the time of filing this report.
 

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