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Arunabh Das Sharma quits as President BCCL

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Arunabh Das Sharma quits as President BCCL

Arunabh Das Sharma has quit as President BCCL.
“I have decided to move on, and will announce my next move soon. It has been a very satisfying tenure at the Times Group. We have done well in terms of profitability, margins and built robust processes during this time. I have had great exposure and met some great people,” said Das Sharma confirming the news to exchange4media. 
He had joined BCCL in April 2011 as Executive President and Advisor Strategic Initiatives and was elevated to President  BCCL just a year later in April 2012.
Prior to BCCL, Das Sharma has worked as Senior Director at Whirlpool and Value brands, Whirlpool Corporation, in the United States. He has also worked in companies such as Goodyear, Glaxo Smithkline Consumer Healthcare, Coca-Cola India and ITC.

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