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Pradeep Tognatta is Samsung’s new Sr. VP-Home Appliances

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Pradeep Tognatta is Samsung’s new Sr. VP-Home Appliances

Pradeep Tognatta has been appointed Senior Vice-president for Samsung India’s Home Appliances division. Prior to this, Tognatta was managing the Indian operations of Singer India. He has over three decades of experience and has worked with consumer durable companies like LG, Videocon and Philips.

K S Kim, President and CEO, Samsung South-West Asia, said, “We are delighted that Tognatta has joined us at Samsung where we pride ourselves on having a team of motivated and successful professionals. His varied experience in the consumer durables industry will complement the company’s existing multi-disciplinary skills which are fundamental for a successful business.”

Said Tognatta about his assignment, “I intend to take forward the consumer durables business of Samsung to greater heights by penetrating deeper into the markets across all product categories, thereby improving upon the market share.”


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