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    Mumbai Indians CEO Prakash Iyer leaves to continue leadership consulting

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    Mukesh Ambani owned franchise in the IPL hired Iyer in last April. He left in September end to continue with his leadership consulting.

    Mukesh Ambani owned franchise in the IPL hired Iyer in last April. He left in September end to continue with his leadership consulting.
    MUMBAI: Prakash Iyer, the chief executive officer of Mumbai Indians has quit within a year of joining the cricket team. The Mukesh Ambani owned franchise in the Indian Premier League hired Iyer in last April. He left in September end to continue with his leadership consulting.

    Before his stint at Reliance, Iyer a leadership coach, author and motivational speaker, was the managing director of Kimberly-Clark lever, the company that markets the Huggies and Kotex brands in India. Prior to roping in Iyer, Mumbai Indians was managed by executives under the supervision of non- executive director for the conglomerate Nita Ambani. It’s been more than a month since Iyer left cricket franchise. ET has sent an email to the company, but they were not immediately available for a comment.

    The IIM-Ahmedabad alumni, Iyer who has also worked with beverage maker PepsiCo as executive director responsible for operations in South India and Sri Lanka and then regional vice president in China could not be reached for comment.

    Last year November, Relaince Industries recruited IPL’s chief operating officer Sundar Raman as head the group's sports arm as its chief executive.
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