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Suzlon Group's Dharini Mishra joins Dr Reddys Group

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Suzlon Group's Dharini Mishra joins Dr Reddys Group

Dharini Mishra has joined Dr Reddys Group in Hyderabad as Head of Brand and Corporate Communications. Mishra had quit Suzlon Group in December last year, where she was Head, Brand Management and Global Communication. In her over eight-year stint at Suzlon, Mishra’s responsibilities included brand management, corporate communications, global communications, marketing, digital media, PR and reputation management.

Commenting on her move, Mishra said, “I am very grateful to Suzlon for the opportunity to build a fantastic global renewable energy brand. As I move on, I am very happy to join Dr Reddys as their Head of Brand and Corporate Communications. It is a very inspiring Indian company, which has grown into a truly global multinational organisation. I am very excited about my mandate here. I hope that we will do some game changing brand and communications work that could set benchmarks not just within the pharma industry, but across industries.”

Mishra had started her career with Trikaya Advertising (now Grey Worldwide) as Senior Client Executive and has over 17 years of experience across domains.

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