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SES appoints Vishal Mathur as Senior Sales Director for Asia

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SES appoints Vishal Mathur as Senior Sales Director for Asia

Global satellite services provider- SES World Skies has appointed Vishal Mathur as Senior Sales Director for Asia.

Mathur  will be tasked with implementing the company’s regional sales strategy to support the growth of the company’s fixed data, mobility and video customers, and developing strong customer relationships in the South Asian markets.

Speaking about his appointment, Deepak Mathur, Senior Vice President, Commercial, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, SES said, “We are delighted to welcome Vishal to SES. His rich experience- working on both the operator and customer sides of the satellite broadcasting business in this region, and stellar performance in delivering growth and establishing strategic partnerships with industry players and regulators, will enrich our team in Asia.”

Mathur  brings with him almost 20 years of experience in the satellite and broadcasting industry. Prior to this, Vishal has led the sales and marketing, business development, strategic planning and regulatory approval efforts of broadcasters such as ESPN Star Sports Channel and ZEE TV, and of satellite services provider MEASAT during his career. He graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur in 1994, and holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from the Faculty of Management Studies at Institute of Rural Management, Jaipur.


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