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Mauj Telecom appoints Manoj Dawane as CEO

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Mauj Telecom appoints Manoj Dawane as CEO

Mauj Telecom, an Indian mobile VAS company, has announced the appointment of Manoj Dawane as CEO. Prior to joining Mauj Telecom, Dawane led the Western UP and Uttarakhand circles for Airtel. He was CMO for Airtel’s Mumbai circle previously and brings with him a total of 15 years of experience in the telecom and software industries. Mauj Telecom is part of the People Group.

Commenting on the appointment, Anupam Mittal, CMD, People Group, said, “Manoj’s vast experience in the telecom and software industries in senior marketing and operational roles will be a key asset in this strategy.”

In his new role, Dawane will run the day-to-day business affairs of Mauj Telecom and will work with Mittal and the senior management team to keep the company on its aggressive growth path, while expanding into international markets, the official communiqué added.

Mauj Telecom has been developing services on all leading platforms including J2ME, Smartphone, BREW, Symbian, SS7 and I-Mode.


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