Sumati Sahgal is Head of Tablets and Smart Devices, Lenovo India

Sumati Sahgal is Head of Tablets and Smart Devices, Lenovo India to increase business growth among all consumers

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Lenovo has announced the appointment of Sumati Sahgal as the Head of Tablets and Smart Devices for Lenovo India. Based in Mumbai, she will spearhead the functions across smart devices and commercial and consumer tablet segment. Sumati brings in over 18 years of professional work experience across multiple domains.


In her last assignment with Lenovo, Sumati has been leading the Consumer VAS (Visuals, Accessories and Services) business for the last 2 years. Prior to this, she successfully headed the regional operations for West for the Consumer portfolio. Prior to Lenovo, Sumati has also worked in diverse sales and marketing roles across telecom (Airtel) and banking (HSBC) sectors.

Announcing the appointment, Shailendra Katyal, Managing Director, Lenovo India, said, “I am pleased to welcome Sumati to this new role at Lenovo India. In her previous role, she has helped the business deliver on its financial goals and contributed to the profitability of the consumer business. I am confident that her varied experience in marketing and sales will be a valuable asset in further accelerating our tablets and smart devices business in India.”

On her appointment, Sumati Sahgal, Head of Tablets & Smart Devices, Lenovo India said, “I'm very excited to lead Lenovo's tablets business. It is a constantly evolving product line with each generation bringing in cutting edge tech to our customers' fingertips. I am looking forward to working with an outstanding team and our partner ecosystem as we continue to deliver better experiences to our quality conscious customers. I look forward to scaling this business to newer heights.”


For Lenovo, bridging the gender gap means supporting programmes which seek to radically overhaul the perception of women in STEM careers, widening access and participation from day one. Increased opportunities, evolutionary workplace practices and the slow breaking down of barriers now mean that young girls can see themselves as tech engineers.

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