Partha Ghosh, who served as the Head of Corporate Communications, Digital Communications, and CSR at Samsung Southwest Asia, has resigned from his position.
He had been a part of the company since 2014, contributing his expertise for over eight years.
He posted a bid adieu note on his LinkedIn handle, “Today was my last day at #Samsung…
When I stepped into the Samsung HO in Gurugram eight & half years ago, I knew I was getting into an exciting new world, but had no idea it was going to be this high octane. I grew with Samsung as Samsung grew with India. Many memories flashing through my mind now – many successes, my teams, my visits to Seoul, Global Galaxy Unpacked, India Unpacked, launch of the world’s largest mobile factory in Noida with Prime Minister Narendra Modi as chief guest, launch of flagship CSR programs – many of which I captured in my Linkedin posts over these years. I also made many new friends along the way, something i will cherish all my life. Sincerest thanks to all my colleagues – past & present – at Samsung, my Comms & CSR teams, partners, Cheil, AvianWe, NSDC, IIT Delhi, News18, and all my friends in the media for helping me transition from a journalist at heart to a Comms & CSR pro in body & soul. Signing off now. See you next week… ciao”
Ghosh joined Samsung from his role as a Senior Editor at Economics Times. Prior to his time at Economics Times, Ghosh had also contributed to Business Standard.