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Sandipan Ghosh exits from Ruchi Soya Industries as AVP, Marketing

18-March-2015
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Sandipan Ghosh exits from Ruchi Soya Industries as AVP,  Marketing

Sandipan Ghosh has stepped down from his role as Assistant Vice-President, Marketing for the consumer brand division of Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd. Ghosh has spent close to two decades in FMCG marketing. His last assignment before Ruchi Soya was as the Global Head of Marketing for Tiffany Foods, based out of UAE. Ghosh confirmed the news of his exit to exchange4media. Ghosh had joined Ruchi Soya in August 2012. His next destination is unknown.

His other stints also includes Brand and Marketing functions at Indian and Global Brands like MTR Foods, Tata Salt, Mother Dairy, Dhara and Safal in India, and Electrolux in Singapore.
 

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