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Zee Turner promotes Dinesh Jain as CEO

04-June-2008
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Zee Turner promotes Dinesh Jain as CEO

Dinesh Jain has been promoted as CEO of Zee Turner. As CEO, Jain would play a pivotal role in giving a strategic direction to the company’s business and lead the team in realising the overall vision of the Group. He had joined Zee Turner as National Sales Head in July 2007 from ABP.

Pradeep Guha, Chairman, Zee Turner, said, “We are excited to welcome Dinesh Jain in the new position in the company. Dinesh is an outstanding leader who comes with a combination of deep strategic sense and commitment to his people.”

Jain, who has 21 years’ experience, has served in several sales and marketing positions in categories spanning media, FMCG and lifestyle. In addition to ABP, Jain’s prior experience includes stints at Unilever and Remy Cointreau. He is a Post Graduate in International Business from the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade and GAMP from ISB and Kellogg School of Management.

Meanwhile, Himmat Sandhu has stepped into the shoes of National Sales Head at Zee Turner. Sandhu has been associated with the Zee Group for the last eight years and was earlier responsible for the Northern Zone.

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