Campaign India Team
Apr 22, 2019

Timex elevates Ajay Dhyani as head of marketing

Was GM - marketing prior

Timex elevates Ajay Dhyani as head of marketing
Timex Group India has announced the elevation of Ajay Dhyani as head - marketing. Dhyani joined the company in 2014 as senior manager, marketing. He was most recently GM-marketing. 
 
Sharmila Sahai, managing director, Timex Group, said, “As Timex opens a new chapter in its growth trajectory in India, we are happy to have Ajay on board with us in his new role and strongly believe that he will prove to be a great asset yet again to the Timex leadership team. Being a passionate marketer, he has a proven ability to create strategic clarity, drive innovation and growth, ensure disciplined execution, and deliver results. We believe that he will continue to strengthen the brand in India in the coming years as well.”
 
Dhyani said, “I am extremely thrilled to take up my new role with more responsibilities especially when the brand is experiencing such a phenomenal transformation. My journey with Timex has been exhilarating as Timex has always given me a platform to prove myself and with this new role, I aim to bring the best for the brand. I look forward to taking Timex to newer heights by developing profound brand engagement and adding fresh ideas to the marketing blend.”
 
Dhyani has also worked with Luminarc, Swatch and Bharti Teletech. 
 
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Campaign India

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