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LK Gupta resigns from LG Electronics as Chief Marketing Officer

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LK Gupta resigns from LG Electronics as Chief Marketing Officer

LK Gupta, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at LG Electronics India, has quit the company.

Speaking on his decision, Gupta said, “After five years of super experience, I leave LG Electronics with a heavy heart.” He would be with the company till the end of December.

It is understood that LG Electronics is yet to announce a replacement for this role.

On where is Gupta headed, he said, “I am still making plans.”

Gupta joined the electronics company in the year 2007.  Prior to LG, he was associated with Procter & Gamble as the brand manager for Oral Care from 2006 to 2007. He has, in the past, also worked for the company’s Gillette brand, as the Regional Business Manager, Oral Care, Gillette, and the Regional Media and Market Research Manager, Gillette for Middle East and Africa.

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