Deloitte appoints former SoftBank India head Manoj Kohli
Deloitte has hired Manoj Kohli, an experienced professional, as a senior advisor. With a remarkable career spanning 44 years and encompassing 30 countries, Kohli held significant positions such as the Country Head of Softbank India. During his tenure, he played a crucial role in expanding the firm’s presence in the Indian digital start-up market. Prior to that, he served as the CEO and Managing Director of Bharati Airtel, where he successfully drove the company’s growth and market dominance in India’s telecommunications industry.
Kohli’s extensive knowledge in technology, telecommunications, renewables, and digital sectors makes him a valuable asset in providing guidance on strategic initiatives, innovation, adapting to the evolving business landscape, improving client experience, and generating value for stakeholders.
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