Campaign India Team
Feb 21, 2023

Rajan Amba moves to Jaguar Land Rover

Was VP-sales, marketing and customer care at Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles

Rajan Amba
Rajan Amba
Jaguar Land Rover has announced the appointment of Rajan Amba as managing director of its Indian operations, with effect from 1 March. 
 
He takes over from Rohit Suri, who is retiring on 31 March.
 
Amba is currently vice president - sales, marketing and customer care, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles.
 
Martin Limpert, regional director, overseas, Jaguar Land Rover, said, “Rajan’s customer-centric mindset, broad experiences from different industries, and his passionate and authentic leadership approach, bring the right set of qualities to further grow our operations into the promising future of India, aligned with our overall Reimagine strategy to become the creator of the world’s most desirable luxury vehicles and services for the most discerning of customers.”
 
Amba said, “I have immensely enjoyed my stint at Tata Motors and look forward to the next one at Jaguar Land Rover - iconic automotive brands, which I hugely admire. I keenly look forward to working with my new team at Jaguar Land Rover India and steering forward our future growth strategy.”
 
Along with various roles across the Tata Group, Amba has also worked with Nike, Levi Strauss and Co and HCL.
 
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