appoints ex-HP print business head Raj Kumar Rishi as India MD

Rishi will focus on driving growth and achieving the business objectives for Xerox India

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Xerox has appointed as Regional General Manager and Managing Director of India. In this role, Rishi will focus on driving growth and achieving the business objectives for Xerox India.

Rishi joins Xerox most recently from HP where he led HP India’s print business. He was also a senior leader in HP’s consumer, inkjet printing, printing consumables, enterprise/commercial and distribution businesses. Prior to working for HP, Rishi was Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Samsung’s Audio Visual business.

Rishi succeeds Ashraf ElArman, who takes up the role of Regional General Manager, Central & Eastern Europe, Israel, Turkey and Greece (CITG) region. “Rishi brings significant sales and leadership experience to Xerox along with a deep understanding of the Indian market,” said David Dyas, President, Developing Markets Organisation, Xerox Corporation.

Rishi holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronics and Communications from The College of Engineering. He will be based in Xerox Gurgaon office.

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