RIM Appoints Sunil Dutt as Managing Director For India

By December 6th, 2011 AT 12:38 PM

BlackBerry Smartphone maker Research In Motion (RIM) today announced the appointment of Mr. Sunil Dutt as Managing Director for India. Sunil Dutt is an industry veteran with 27 years of extensive experience in the Indian Mobile Technology and Telecom sector.

In November 2011, RIM India’s Head, Frenny Bawa was resigned from the company, she was the managing director of RIM’s India operations since 2004.

Commenting on appointment of Mr. Sunil Dutt – Managing Director, India for Research In Motion said, “India has achieved considerable success in RIM’s global business in recent years. I am excited to be part of RIM and to help drive this success further. ”

Until recently, Sunil worked for Hewlett Packard India Sales Pte Ltd as President, Personal Systems Group and was responsible for expanding their business in enterprise, mid-market and consumer space. Prior to that, Sunil worked in senior positions for companies like Samsung India Electronics Ltd , Nokia India Pvt Ltd, Whirlpool of India Ltd, Wipro Limited and Philips India.

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