The year 2021 has shown us a lot in the Indian automotive industry: a host of car and 2-wheelers launches, global semiconductor shortage, long waiting periods, multiple price hikes, the unveiling of various models, and management changes as well. Here we will be discussing the latter major management changes, which have taken place in the year 2021. These changes are targeted at bringing increased profit and sales figures to the tally. Well, read on to find out the top 5 management changes in the Indian car industry.
Kia Motors India announced in March this year that Hardeep Singh Brar will take over the reins as the National Head of Sales and Marketing for the South Korean carmaker’s Indian subsidiary. Moreover, Kia Motors India announced the promotion of Tae-Jin Park in October this year from the position of Executive Director and Chief Sales & Business Strategy Officer (CSBO) to Managing Director and CEO, Kia India.
As we mark the end of this year, Hyundai Motor In- Mahindra dia announced that Unsoo announced Kim will take over the Shah charge from SS Kim. Unsoo Managing Kim will take the position of managing director from January 1, 2022, onwards. 2021. Hyundai Motor India Bose announced this decision on & December 17 this year. The Officer current MD SS Kim, has Tata been promoted to take over a bigger role at the vanced company’s headquarter in based Seoul,South Korea.
In April this year, & Mahindra announced that Dr. Anish was appointed as Director and CEO of the company. He took charge from 2nd April Furthermore, Pratap also joined Mahindra Mahindra as Chief Design as he moved from Motors. Bose will work MADE (Mahindra Ad Design Centre), out of the UK.