As of 1st September 2013, Natasha Tandon is heading Global Marketing and Product Management at manroland web systems GmbH, Augsburg, Germany. Her predecessor Robert Wiedemann takes on new duties within the company concentrating on a special project to extend further the business fields for manroland web systems.
“I am extremely pleased with this wonderful and challenging new assignment,” said Natasha Tandon. “I look forward to developing manroland web systems’ highly professional marketing and product management activities even further to promote our unique and leading brand, technology, products, and services at its best. I am glad to build on a committed team of experts who are a pleasure to work with. Also I would like to thank Robert Wiedemann for the great job he has done in the past years and wish him good luck for his new role.”
From India to Germany with manroland web systems
Natasha Tandon completed her Master’s in Marketing from IIMC (Indian Institute of Mass Communication) and also holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Delhi. Moreover she has years of diverse experience working in renowned companies in India. She started her career as an analyst with American Express, and then worked as a communications consultant before taking over the position of National Marketing Manager at manroland India in New Delhi. Within this role, in addition to Marketing, Strategy and Brand Management, Natasha Tandon was also responsible for Sales Management and Business Development assignments for the Indian market.
“Being now responsible for the worldwide marketing and product management activities is a perfect extension of my previous function and I am looking forward to working closely with our customers all over the world to develop new products and services to suit their requirements and thus bring them forward and contribute to their success. Our customers and their demands and wishes are in the focus of all we do. Against this background I am delighted to meet the representatives of the international printing industry at World Publishing Expo in Berlin as the first big event of my term.”