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Pavithra KR elevated to National Sales Head of Colors

26-August-2015
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Pavithra KR elevated to National Sales Head of Colors

Hindi GEC Colors  has made some significant changes within its sales team, aiming to strengthen its position within the market with some senior-level promotions.

Pavithra KR has been promoted and made the National Sales Head for Colors and Pritesh Magodia has been promoted to National Sales Head for Rishtey & Colors HD. Both Pavithra KR and Magodia will continue to report to Simran Hoon, EVP Colors & Rishtey.

Pavithra KR has been a part of Colors for the past four years. As she steps into her new role, she will be responsible for engaging and strengthening relationships with the biggest brands associated with Colors and drive revenues the flagship channel.

Having been a part of Colors since the brand’s inception, Pritesh Magodia has contributed steadily not only towards building the sales team, but also growing the channel’s revenues year-after-year. As he steps into a senior role, Magodia will focus on building the revenue stream of Rishtey  & Colors HD.

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