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NEW Zee Turner appoints Arvinder Singh Chopra as Senior Vice-President, Sales

12-November-2005
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NEW Zee Turner appoints Arvinder Singh Chopra as Senior Vice-President, Sales

Zee-Turner Ltd, the distribution joint venture between Zee Telefilms and Turner International India, has taken on board Arvinder Singh Chopra as Senior Vice-President, Sales. Based in Delhi, Chopra will head Zee-Turner’s national sales operations, and play a strategic role in supporting the business growth of the Zee-Turner bouquet of channels. He will report to Zee-Turner CEO, Siddharth Jain.

An MBA from XLRI Jamshedpur, Chopra brings with him a rich experience of 14 years in the FMCG industry. He wawith United Breweries as GM-Sales, responsible for managing UB’s business in North and East, prior to his new assignment.

Said Jain on Chopra coming on board, “Arvinder brings with him tremendous experience and an enviable track record. We are confident that in this dynamic distribution industry, his previous experience will give impetus in driving business growth.”

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