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Jayati Singh joins Usha International as Vice President-Marketing

04-January-2017
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Jayati Singh joins Usha International as Vice President-Marketing

Leading consumer durables company Usha International (UIL) announced the appointment of Jayati Singh as the Vice President-Marketing for Cooking Appliances and Sewing Machines. At Usha, she will manage end-to-end marketing, product roadmap, and portfolio development for the two categories.

Singh brings with her more than 16 years’ experience across FMCG (fast moving consumer goods) and FMCD (fast moving consumer durables) sectors, with expertise in customer business development, market strategy, and new category launches. Before joining Usha, Singh worked with Procter and Gamble and Philips India.

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