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History channel VP-- Marketing Charath Narsimhan quits to join Raymonds

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History channel VP-- Marketing Charath Narsimhan quits to join Raymonds

Charath Narsimhan has put in his papers at the History channel, confirmed Zubin Gandevia, Managing Director, National Geographic Channel. He said, "Charath is going back to the apparel industry at a very senior position. He is very passionate about it and we wish him the very best in his career."

Narsimhan joined the channel from Madura Garments, Bangalore, where as a brand head he led a cross-functional team and was responsible for sales and profitability of the Peter England and Elements brands. He has been in the sales and marketing business for more than eight years. Sources said that now he is moving to join Raymonds and will be based out of Mumbai.

At History channel, Narsimhan was looking after the marketing operations as the vice president.


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