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Manu Seth named Senior Director, Head of Marketing, South Asia, HTC

20-February-2015
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Manu Seth named Senior Director, Head of Marketing, South Asia, HTC

HTC Corporation announced today that Manu Seth, currently Head of Marketing for HTC India, will become Senior Director, Head of Marketing for South Asia, directly reporting to South Asia Regional President, Faisal Siddiqui. With more than 19 years of industry experience, Seth has provided strong innovative marketing support for HTC in India since 2011; growing HTC’s brand value and brand connect with the end consumers in the Indian market. In his new role, he will be responsible for designing and orchestrating the marketing strategies for South Asia markets and helping to establish HTC as a brand of choice amongst the consumers.

South Asia region includes India, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and emerging markets in Asia.

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