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Nishi Suri quits as COO of Cheil South-West Asia; Atika Malik to replace her

09-January-2018
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Nishi Suri quits as COO of Cheil South-West Asia; Atika Malik to replace her

Nishi Suri, Chief Operating Officer, Cheil South-West Asia has decided to move on from the organisation. Atika Malik, currently Chief Strategy Officer is being promoted internally to replace Suri with effect from January 15, 2018.

An official statement said, “We would like to thank Nishi for her commitment and contribution towards growing Cheil and wish her good luck in all her future endeavors.”

Suri added, “I would like to thank Cheil for giving me the opportunity to lead the transition of making Cheil a digital-centric integrated agency. There are exciting plans ahead at Cheil and I would like to wish all my colleagues the very best in the years to come.”

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