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Rajesh Sethi appointed CEO of Ten Sports

10-July-2013
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Rajesh Sethi appointed CEO of Ten Sports

Rajesh Sethi has been appointed as CEO of Ten Sports, as confirmed by highly placed industry sources. Sethi’s previous role was as CEO & Regional Director - South East Asia with Allianz Global Assistance.

He has joined the Zee stable with over 15 years’ experience, having worked with brands such as Tata Motors and GE Money, apart from Allianz Global Assistance. Sethi fills in the role of Atul Pande.

Sethi is also a GE-certified Quality Green Belt and has received the Global Indian Achiever’s Award for Business Excellence 2012 given by the Economic Development Forum, and the Rashtriya Udyog Ratna Award given by the National Education & Human Resource Development Organization (N.E.H.R.D.O) in October 2012 for his outstanding achievement and contribution to economic growth.
 

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