Campaign India Team
Jul 04, 2022

Mohan Wilson moves to Nissan India as director marketing

Replaces Sriram Padmanabhan who moves to Nissan Australia

Mohan Wilson moves to Nissan India as director marketing
Nissan India has announced the appointment of Mohan Wilson as director marketing - product and customer experience, for business transformation in India. Wilson replaces Sriram Padmanabhan, who has moved to Nissan in Australia.
Wilson was head - global marketing planning, Infiniti (the premium car brand under Nissan Motors). He will report to Rakesh Srivastava, managing director, Nissan Motor India, and will be based in Chennai. 
Padmanabhan has been appointed director marketing, product and customer experience for Nissan Motor Australia. He will report to Adam Paterson, managing director Nissan Australia.
Srivastava said, “Sriram has been an asset for Nissan India with strong contribution towards the successful launch of big, bold, beautiful Nissan Magnite under Nissan Next with Nissan Magnite generating a tremendous customer response with over 1 lakh bookings and receipt of the Global Nissan President’s Award. We welcome Mr Mohan Wilson to Nissan Motor India, his global exposure on premium cars would be key to build the Nissan brand with focus on customer experience on Nissan next transformation.”
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