Rakesh Srivastava, Director Marketing & Sales, Hyundai
Motor India, has quit the company and has decided to pursue other interests outside
the organisation. In a brief press release issued by Hyundai Motor India, it
was announced that Srivasatava has moved on. He joined the company as Vice
President and served for six years.
Y K Koo, Managing Director & CEO, Hyundai Motor India,
said, “Our association with Mr Srivastava has been mutually enriching. He has
immensely contributed through the years, leading the company to stay ahead. We
wish him the very best in future endeavours”.
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