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Shiv Sethuraman quits as Group Prez, Cheil South-West Asia

03-November-2016
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Shiv Sethuraman quits as Group Prez, Cheil South-West Asia

Cheil India announced that  Shiv Sethuraman, Group President, Cheil South-West Asia has submitted his resignation. Shiv joined Cheil India in January 2015 and took over the responsibility of heading the agency's operations across South and West Asia.

An official statement said, “The Board and management of Cheil Worldwide would like to thank Shiv for his time and dedication to Cheil India and we wish him well in his future endeavors. We, internally will convene to deliberate on the matter and will expedite the process of finding a suitable replacement at the earliest.”

Shiv added “It’s been an exhilarating and satisfying couple of years at Cheil. I would like to wish the company all the very best in the years to come.”

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