Timex appoints ex-Adidas executive Manoj Juneja as VP-Sales & Marketing

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Wednesday, June 16, 2021, 03:14 PM IST
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Manoj Juneja, VP-Sales and Marketing, Timex | Timex

Watch manufacturer Timex Group India on Wednesday announced the appointment of former Adidas India executive Manoj Juneja as Vice President Sales & Marketing. An experienced leader, he brings with him over two decades of deep understanding of the consumer goods segment of the Indian market, a Timex Group India statement said.

Juneja had spearheaded the sales and e-commerce vertical for the ADIDAS India and prior to that worked with LG Electronics, it said. Managing Director, Timex Group India, Sharmila Sahai, said: "Given his expertise in Sales and Marketing across offline and online channels for some of the most respected and popular global brands, I am confident that we will further strengthen our reach in India across retail and e- commerce."

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