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Shashank Srivastava likely to replace Mayank Pareek as Maruti's Sales & Marketing Head

18-September-2014
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Shashank Srivastava likely to replace Mayank Pareek as Maruti's Sales & Marketing Head

Mayank Pareek, Sales Chief at Maruti Suzuki, has put in his papers, as per media reports, which also hint that although the reasons for his resignation are unknown, he may be heading to TATA Motors. (http://www.exchange4media.com/57496_maruti-suzukis-sales-marketing-head-mayank-pareek-puts-in-his-papers.html)

It is being speculated who will take over from Pareek and Maruti Suzuki’s Executive Officer - Exports, Shashank Srivastava is being touted as the frontrunner for the position of Head of Sales & Marketing at the company, according to reports.

Pareek has been with the auto giant for over two decades. His resignation comes close to the launch of the new Ciaz, which is slated to enter the market in October.

Pareek had played an operative role in strengthening Maruti Suzuki’s leadership position in India.

He had joined MSIL in 1991 and has extensive experience in various aspects of the business such as sales, corporate planning, dealer development, and marketing.
 

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