Sagar Balan

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Sagar Balan
Sagar Balan

Locality: Bengaluru Area, India
Summary: 4 years of technology marketing, now focussing on e-commerce
Current: Planet11 at Planet11 eCommerce Decision Support at Dell
Past: Marketing Manager at HCL Technologies Secretary, XLRI Placement Committee at XLRI, Jamshedpur Product Marketing at Hewlett Packard
Education: XLRI Jamshedpur PESIT, Bangalore
Industry: Information Technology and Services
Skills: Technology Marketing - Products as well as services, Internet Marketing, Omniture, Statistics.

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Sagar Balan, head of the placements committee at Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI), explains how the scenario has changed. "It is all linked to India's growth story.