News: Hoffmann Group appoints new Director for India

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Hoffmann Group appoints new Director for India

He will be responsible for overlooking the sales team and driving strategic business partnerships for their market in India.
Hoffmann Group appoints new Director for India

Hoffmann Group announced the appointment of Manav Goel as their Director India. He will be responsible for overlooking the sales team and driving strategic business partnerships for their market in India.

A civil engineer and an IIM Kolkata graduate, Manav Goel has more than 21 years of experience in strategy planning, people management and systems development. He has been a part of the Asia Management Team and board of directors for Halfen Moment Group, a CRH member and Fortune 500 company. He was also Business Head - India with Tyrolit India Superabrasives Tools, part of the SWAROVSKI group. 

Speaking on the new appointment, Dr. Christian Kober, Senior Vice President - Asia, said, “We are delighted to welcome Manav as a valuable new member to our management team. His diverse background and extensive experience will bring in a fresh perspective and further bolster our expansion efforts in India. We believe Manav will add immense value to Hoffmann Group and help further strengthen our brand presence in the Indian market.”

Manav Goel said, “At Hoffmann Group, we have the ability to support the manufacturing industry with our comprehensive portfolio and machining expertise of Germany. Together with the team, I am confident we will chart a new success story for Hoffmann Group in India, taking the company to greater heights.”

Topics: Appointments, C-Suite

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