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Sudershan Banerjee resigns as CEO, Dalmia Consumer Care; Raina to take over

03-March-2005
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Sudershan Banerjee resigns as CEO, Dalmia Consumer Care; Raina to take over

Sudershan Banerjee, CEO, Dalmia Consumer Care, and founder Chairman, Global Sehat Foundation, is stepping down from both the posts. Banerjee has more than 16 years of senior marketing experience. Karthik Raina, COO, Dalmia Consumer Care, will take over as CEO. Dr Murali will take charge as Chairman, Global Sehat Foundation.

Banerjee was recently appointed President of Delhi Management Association and his future endeavour will be to devote time to building up the city. "I am associated in the management area and my endeavour will be to concentrate on bringing up the city," he said.

Banerjee has held various senior management assignments in his career. He was MD of Kodak International (Middle East), and then took charge of Kodak's international operations in Turkey as GM and MD, before heading its Indian operations. He had a stint with Amway as Chairman and MD, and initiated the direct selling channel in India. Prior to joining Dalmia Consumer Care, he was CEO of Hutch.

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