Campaign India Team
Nov 27, 2019

Cozmic Group gets WWE's Carl Sequeira as country manager

He will report to the Group's chief business officer Swee Sin Wu

Sequeira also serves as an advisory trustee for Special Olympics Bharat
Sequeira also serves as an advisory trustee for Special Olympics Bharat
Cozmic Group has announced the appointment of Carl Sequeira as country manager for India. 
 
Sequeira will be based in Mumbai and report to Swee Sin Wu, chief business officer, Cozmic Group. He will be leading Cozmic Group's strategic business initiatives in India including 'Z-POP Dream'.
 
Wu said, “India is a key market for Cozmic Group and our Z-POP Dream Project, given the incredible amount of talent and interest we’ve seen from here. With Carl’s vast experiences and well-established network, we are now in a great position to better understand the intricacies of a diverse marketplace such as India. We are confident he will successfully help develop our brand and business in this critically important country.” 
 
Sequeira said, “I’m excited to be a part of the Cozmic Group and the great work they are doing. The genre of K-Pop is taking the world by storm with India’s K-Pop fan following growing by leaps and bounds. We are confident that we can capture the attention of these fans and aspiring artists with our unique genre of Z-POP. I look forward to helping take the company to the next level and grow its business interests in India.”
 
Sequeira also serves as an advisory trustee for Special Olympics Bharat. He has also worked with WWE and Fila.
 
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