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<img src= border=0>R Suresh of TNS steps down as MD

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<img src= border=0>R Suresh of TNS steps down as MD

R Suresh, Managing Director, TNS India, has decided to step down after being with the company for almost two decades. He joined TNS in 1988 and took charge as Managing Director in 2006. He will continue to lead the organisation until the end of the year, while TNS will announce the appointment of a successor in due course. TNS is a global market insight and information group.

Stuart Campbell-Morris, Regional MD, TNS Middle East, Africa and India, commented, “During his time with us, in all our corporate identities over the past 19 years, first as RCG, then MBL-RCG, then NFO and now TNS, Suresh has always been instrumental to our business. He has developed a range of key initiatives, such as a driving a sharper focus to our products and services, structural changes to better serve our clients’ needs, and operational changes to improve quality and efficiency.”

Suresh has also personally helped in the progress of many individuals who are today an integral part of the market information industry in India and beyond.


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