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LGEIL General Manager Chandramani Singh puts in his papers

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LGEIL General Manager Chandramani Singh puts in his papers

Chandramani Singh, General Manager, LGEIL, has put in his papers. Singh confirmed his resignation to exchange4media on Saturday, stating that he would be parting ways with the company on August 1.

Singh has been working with LGEIL for eight years and was heading the consumer electronics-entertainment business, which included the audio business, plasma entertainment, CTV, etc. Prior to this, he was the senior brand manager for Onida in Bihar and Jharkhand.

On his stint with LGEIL, Singh said, “It has been a great opportunity working with the company. Having been with the organisation for eight years, the journey has been truthful and eventful. I have thoroughly enjoyed my experience at LG.”

Singh did not disclose where he was moving to next, but said that he was looking for a vacation for sometime after which he would be ready to take on fresh challenges.


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