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Ranjiv Singh joins Samsung India as Marketing Head

15-April-2014
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Ranjiv Singh joins Samsung India as Marketing Head

Ranjiv Singh, former Head - Marketing PPS at Hewlett-Packard India, has joined Samsung India as Marketing Head. In his new role, Singh will head the marketing function for the brand across categories.

Singh leverages a rich and varied experience of over two decades across brands and categories in his new role, which includes Microsoft, where he had spent seven years. He has also been with Ericsson Communications for over five years, first as Director, Mobile Phones and then as Vice President, Global Services. He also enjoyed a stint of two years as Marketing Manager with Levi Strauss India.

Singh started his career with Unilever, where he served as Brand Manager and was with the company for almost a decade.

Our email sent to Samsung India was not answered at the time of filing this report.

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