Top corporate heads confirm to set pace at Airtel Delhi Half Marathon

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India’s leading corporate heads have confirmed their participation in the amateur section of the 2018 Airtel Delhi Half Marathon. It is for the first time ever in the history of running in India that the top-level executives of reputed business houses will set the pace at the world’s most prestigious half marathon.

Airtel Delhi Half Marathon organisers Procam International has announce top corporate leaders as official pacers for the amateurs across 21km and 10Km at the 2018 Airtel Delhi Half Marathon.

Distance running has become a lifestyle activity for many in the country and corporates heads are taking up on themselves to lead the way. With the ever-increasing number of running events, it is imperative to note that a lot of corporate leaders have been participating in marathons and are training seriously throughout the year. This time around, these CEOs, MDs, VPs are not competing at marathons and bettering their personal bests, but are in a pursuit of helping others complete their long-distance running goals, a true mark of a leader, says a Procam International Press release.

“It gives us immense motivation and encouragement to see leaders from the corporate world joining us in our running movement”, said Vivek Singh, Jt. MD, Procam International. “Running does not only help them to keep themselves fit, but is also a stress buster and a fun networking platform. And this year, like true leaders, they will lead the way for many to achieve their personal best by Pacing their respective buses. We are delighted to announce that all the pacers at this year’s edition are top-level executives, who are not just helping their firms run a business – but also helping amateur runners achieve their goal.”

This October, at the 2018 Airtel Delhi Half Marathon, the capital will see corporate honchos become the professional pacers for the participants/runners. Heads of companies like GoDaddy, Bharti Airtel, Accenture, Network 18, HDFC Bank, Shell Lubricants and more have registered for the marathon as pacers.

Procam International has also issued a list of the leading corporate head, who will hit the road for the 2018 Airtel Delhi Half Marathon. 

Name Company – Designation
Vimal Bhatt Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd / Research Manager
Chanpreet Singh Network 18, Head of Analytics
Suneel Kumar Cars24 working as General Manager Finance
Sushant Sachdeva Money Sutra – Managing Director
Umesh Gupta Director & Practice Lead – Analytics, Conduent Business Services India LLP
Karandeep Singh Pepsico, VP IT
Rajeev Lath Dewas Techno products Pvt Ltd, Director
Himanshu Chadha Aryanveda Cosmeceuticals – MD
Pawan Kumar Singh 3M India Limited, Sr General Manager
Mukesh Tyagi Adhya Design Pvt Ltd, HOD of Sal& Operation
Naveen Choudary GAP INTERNATIONAL SOURCING PVT LTD, SOURCING MANAGER MERCHANDISING
Rahul Verma Isar Technical, Director
Sunil Chainani Advisor to Board of Fabindia
Aditya Mishra GE – Renewables _ Onshore Wind – Asia CFO
Gaurav Pant GMAC – DIRECTOR
Pankaj Chopra Vice President, Bharti Airtel
Nikhil Arora Managing Director & Vice President, GoDaddy
Sanjeev Kharbanda Mother Diary, Head of Corporate Finance
Pawan Khurana QuantM Limited, CEO
Bijender Vats Director – Human Resources , MSD Pharmaceuticals
Pramod Deshpande MFX Services. Senior Vice President
Vikram Deshpande Bharti Airtel Ltd; Vice President
ManuRishi Puri Accenture, Vice President
Neeraj Dhiman HDFC, Vice President
Rajeev Janveja Lemon Tree Hotel Company, Corporate Chef
Renu Anand HDFC Bank, Vice President
Jitendra Advani THE TIMES OF INDIA GROUP , ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER
Mansi Tripathy Shell Lubricants , Managing Director India Sub Continent

They will not only set the pace at the race but a few of them also trained running groups for the event. The leaders will also be joined by their colleagues and respective corporate teams who will be running for a social cause.


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