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Monster India appoints Sanjay Modi as national sales manager

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Monster India appoints Sanjay Modi as national sales manager

In over 13 years of career, Modi has earned exposure and expertise in several facets of sales and management. And, these are supplemented with his experience in product and solution sales (services), profit centre management, strategic alliances and tie-ups, launch management and establishment of start-up ventures, mentioned the statement.

The release quoted Stuart McKelvey, President, Directional Marketing and Asia Pacific, Monster Worldwide, as saying: "Sanjay has been instrumental in building a strong momentum in Monster India business, which has resulted in rapid sales growth coupled with an impressive growth in traffic. He has displayed strong leadership not only in defining the future growth path for Monster India, but also in demonstrating that he can successfully execute the plan. Sanjay’s passion and commitment for our business will be instrumental in continuing our growth in the Asian marketplace."

On the eve of his appointment, Modi reiterated that Monster India was ideally poised to harness the opportunity presented by significant growth that was happening in the Indian market across various job sectors over the next year. “The focus of the sales initiative in India would be to service these market requirements through Monster India's innovative and superior solutions,” he said.


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