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Jatin Ahluwalia moves from Ericsson to Motorola as Head-Marketing Communication

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Jatin Ahluwalia moves from Ericsson to Motorola as Head-Marketing Communication

Jatin Ahluwalia, a long time Ericsson hand, has joined Motorola India as Head-Marketing Communication, PR and Activation, this month. He will report to Lloyd Mathias, Marketing Director. At Ericsson he was Head, Marketing Communication, for over eight years.

Speaking about the appointment, Mathias said, “Jatin comes with a lot of experience in this field and has tremendous energy. We are looking forward to working with him as a team.”

Ahluwalia will be working with the mobile handset division of Motorola India. He had started his career with Godfrey Phillips and left the organisation as its Brand Manager. He then served Star Movies as Marketing Manager for about two years.

Speaking about his new appointment, Ahluwalia said, “I am very exited about my new assignment. I have always loved challenges and am looking forward to work for Motorola.”


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