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Devendra Garg to exit Dabur India

26-June-2014
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Devendra Garg to exit Dabur India

Devendra Garg is to exit Dabur India, where he is currently Senior Executive Director, Consumer Care Business, highly placed industry sources have confirmed to exchange4media. Garg is reporting to Sunil Duggal, CEO, Dabur India.

He was earlier Executive Vice President, Marketing of Consumer Care Division at Dabur India. Under Garg’s purview, Dabur has embraced technology in a big way to reach out to and serve the needs of the modern day consumer better.

Garg is an industry veteran with over two decades of experience. Prior to Dabur, he was with PepsiCo as Operations Manager and worked with the company till November 1993.

Dabur India officials had neither confirmed nor denied the news at the time of filing this report.

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