Campaign India Team
Sep 18, 2019

Shivam Ranjan joins as marketing head at Motorola Mobility India

He will be responsible for overall brand building, marketing and PR for Motorola

Shivam Ranjan joins as marketing head at Motorola Mobility India
Lenovo Mobile Business Group has announced the appointment of Shivam Ranjan as its head of marketing for Motorola Mobility India.
 
In this role, he will be responsible for overall brand building, marketing and PR for Motorola.
 
Before joining Motorola, he was heading brand and marketing for Airtel Payments Bank. Prior to Airtel, Shivam was leading various large product and brand marketing initiatives at Samsung India Electronics. 
 
Ranjan said, “I am honoured to head the marketing for the pioneers of mobile technology in the world. With a lineup of innovative products and a strong brand legacy, I am excited and look forward to contribute to Motorola’s growth story through disruptive marketing initiatives”.
 
“Shivam will be responsible for sales and marketing efforts and his experience in building brands makes him a perfect fit for Motorola. Along with experience, he brings with him new age thinking and a challenger mindset. We are positive that he will help us grow in the right direction and be a key internal stakeholder for Motorola as we move towards our goal.” said Prashanth Mani, managing director and country head, Lenovo MBG.
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