Nokia's head of marketing for India, Jyotsna Makkar quits
Jyotsna Makkar, head of marketing at HMD Global India (parent company of Nokia phones) has moved on. Her future course of action remains unknown.
Makkar had joined Nokia in December 2016. Prior to that she was associated with Microsoft India as its CMO since 2013. She began her career in 1992 at JWT an advertising agency now known as Wunderman Thomson. In 1998, Makkar moved to PepsiCo where she led beverages and snacks brands: Pepsi, 7 Up, Mirinda, Mountain Dew, Nimbooz, Kurkure, Lehar and Uncle Chips. After completing a 10-year-stint, she moved on from PepsiCo. Her last role at the FMCG major was executive vice president.
From 2009 to 2013, Jyotsna Makkar has worked as an independent management consultant.