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IMG India hires ex-Adidas COO

22-July-2004
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IMG India hires ex-Adidas COO

Sports, leisure and lifestyle management and marketing company IMG has appointed Mr Harish Doraiswamy, former Chief Operating Officer of Adidas India, to oversee business development for the company.

He would be reporting to Mr Ravi Krishnan, Managing Director, IMG/TWI South Asia, according to a company press release.

Based in Delhi, Mr Doraiswamy's focus will be on developing innovative marketing solutions that are aligned with the business needs of corporates in India. In addition to understanding the needs of IMG's existing and potential customers and providing solutions that best address the needs of these companies, he will also interface with corporate groups and leaders to develop products and services that enable business growth.

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