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Mr. Sarang Panchal is the new CEO of MRSS India, the Indian arm of Majestic MRSS

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Mr. Sarang Panchal, Chief Executive Officer, MRSS India

Mumbai, March 14, 2014. Mr. Sarang Panchal, Ex-MD (Asia-Pacific) of AC Nielsen India, a Market Research Company, has been appointed as the new CEO of MRSS India. MRSS India is part of Majestic MRSS, Asia’s leading full-service, independent market research firm. Also, he has acquired significant stake in MRSS India.

Mr. Panchal has worked extensively with leading market research companies like P&G, Dun & Bradstreet and Nielsen Company. He was an integral part of new product research, advertising research and customer satisfaction. In the past, he has undertaken pioneering projects including launching a volumetric sales forecasting system, and India’s first study on counterfeit and pass-off brands. Moreover, he was also associated with media measurement research currencies in Print and TV space.

In his new role at MRSS India, he will focus on digital-based researches. His strategy is to utilize the available technology to its fullest potential. The newly launched product called Vision Critical will work with clients and consumers directly to gather information and feedback on products across sectors such as consumer goods, health care, pharma, auto and e-commerce among others. In brief, this amazing product will work as a social networking site, where consumers get engaged as panel members for researches.

The Company will soon launch a new mobile app named Eye Tracker, which will allow clients to unlock sales potential by engaging consumers.

About MRSS

Majestic MRSS is Asia’s largest full-service, independent market research institute and works with the innovation teams of research agencies and high-end clients in pharmaceuticals, healthcare, FMCG/CPG, automotive, ICT (information, communications and technology), hospitality, retail and media sectors across 18 countries in the Middle East and APAC region. MRSS India services the firm’s Indian clients’ market research requirements in India and abroad.

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Company Name: Majestic MRSS
Contact Person: Khusboo Nitnaware
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Phone: 8879478864
City: Mumbai
State: Maharashtra
Country: India
Website: www.majesticmrss.com

Source: www.abnewswire.com

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