News: Subin Sivan joins Cargill's oil business as Marketing Head

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Subin Sivan joins Cargill's oil business as Marketing Head

Before joining Cargill India, he was working with Vodafone as Vice President, Marketing where he was taking care of the high-value consumer segment.
Subin Sivan joins Cargill's oil business as Marketing Head

Subin Sivan has joined Cargill’s oil business as the Marketing Head. In his new stint, Sivan will expand the Cargill’s business to a new horizon. With over more than eighteen years of experience, the marketing veteran has worked in different industries such as automobile, FMCG and others. 

Before joining Cargill India, he was working with Vodafone as Vice President, Marketing where he was taking care of the high-value consumer segment. In his long career, he has worked with companies such as Colgate, Dabur, Pillsbury and others. 

Commenting on his appointment, Piyush Patnaik, Managing Director, Cargill’s oils business in India said, "We are delighted to have Subin in the Cargill family. His immense experience in the field of marketing across renowned consumer organizations and deep understanding of consumers and markets in categories similar to ours, will be a great asset for us. I believe his knowledge and capabilities will add tremendous value to our ambitious growth strategy, helping the company in its journey of becoming the leader in nourishing people.”

 

Topics: Appointments, Leadership

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