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DNA appoints Isshu Bhalla as Executive Vice President-Revenue

05-January-2008
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DNA appoints Isshu Bhalla as Executive Vice President-Revenue

DNA has appointed Isshu Bhalla as Executive Vice President-Revenue, and will be based in Mumbai. Bhalla comes in from Pepsi Foods where he was Regional Head VP-Sales, Western Region, for the snacks business.

Commenting on his appointment, Bhalla said, “This is an exciting time for DNA. The job is challenging, but with my experience and the outstanding track record of the Group, I am sure of achieving great results.”

KU Rao, CEO, DNA, said, “With Isshu’s competency and vast experience, we hope he will add momentum to our fast pace of growth. His coming on board will strengthen our position and can help the team in a better understanding of the market.”

A business graduate from Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, New Delhi, Bhalla has more than 20 years of experience. He also earlier worked with Castrol, ICI Paints and HLL.

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