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Lloyd Mathais joins Hewlett-Packard India as CMO

13-May-2014
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Lloyd Mathais joins Hewlett-Packard India as CMO

Lloyd Mathias has joined Hewlett-Packard India as Marketing Head for the Personal Computer and Printers businesses. With this, he returns to the corporate world after a two-year stint as an entrepreneur.

He had co-founded Green Bean Ventures in 2012, an advisory focused on technology start-ups, aimed at driving growth through a combination of innovative strategy and results-oriented execution with a focus on consumer focus businesses.

An industry veteran with over 25 years of experience across telecom and consumer goods sectors across in India and South Asia, Mathias has also worked with brands such as Tata Teleservices, Motorola and PepsiCo. His last corporate avatar was as CMO of Tata Teleservices. Prior to that, he was Sales & Marketing Director for Motorola India. He has also spent over a decade at PepsiCo India and was Executive VP for Marketing till 2005.

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