Campaign India Team
Jul 25, 2019

Panasonic gets Shirish Agarwal as head - brand and marketing

Moves from Samsung

Panasonic gets Shirish Agarwal as head - brand and marketing
Panasonic India has appointed Shirish Agarwal as head of brand and marketing communications. He moves from Samsung where he was deputy general manager - marketing.
 
Manish Sharma, president and CEO, India and South Asia, Panasonic India, said, “Panasonic India continues to be a valued employer for providing opportunities and leadership experiences that attract the best talent in the industry. We are delighted to welcome Shirish Agarwal at an opportune time when we are moving towards being a technology company that offers complete solutions for consumers and businesses alike. Panasonic has been on a powerful transformation journey towards sustainable, responsible and profitable growth and I look forward to Shirish taking this story to consumers, partners and stakeholders at large.”
 
Agarwal said, “I am excited to join Panasonic, home to some of the most innovative solutions that have captured the consumer’s imagination. The company’s performance has truly been an inspiration that has seen some pioneering work creating a better life for consumers and a better world for businesses.
 
In a career spanning 15 years he has also worked with Cyber Media, Indiatimes and HP.
 
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