Roy Kurian Sr. Vice President Sales & Marketing has
resigned from Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. with immediate effect. Roy
Kurian has decided to pursue opportunities outside of Yamaha Motor India Sales
Pvt. Ltd. due to personal commitments. Roy Kurian was instrumental in setting
up the domestic business of Yamaha motor in India, said a company release. India
Yamaha Motor wishes him all the best for his future endeavors, the release
In a personal note shared with Motown India, Kurian said
that, “I never thought I would ever leave such a great company, but I have
decided to move on and take my career in a new direction. I want to sincerely
thank you for all your support and encouragement to me and Yamaha all these
years. Your support has been a big reason for all of us to reach where we are
today in Indian market. I will forever remember your help and support in building
this brand. It is my hope that we will stay in touch as I begin my new chapter
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