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Valluri is Agilent's India CGM

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BANGALORE: Electronic measurement company Agilent Technologies on Monday announced the appointment of Mr Venkatesh Valluri, as President & Country General Manager for India.

Mr Valluri takes over responsibilities from Mr Kewal Khanna, who retired recently after a long sales management career with HP/Agilent. Mr Valluri is currently the Managing Director of Agilent Technologies International. He will continue in that role as well as assuming responsibilities as India CGM.

Prior to joining Agilent, he spent 10 years with General Electric in India and Europe. He also spent nine years with Raychem Corp in roles spanning Sales, Marketing & Manufacturing for the Defence and Industrial Electronics markets.

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