| Sunil Alagh|
| Indian Institute of Management Calcutta|
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Sunil Alagh Wikipedia
Sunil Alagh is an Indian business executive. He is a former Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Britannia Industries, an Indian food products corporation. He was asked to quit by the Board of Britannia in June 2003, for alleged misuse of company funds for his personal use.
Alagh is an alumnus of Indian Institute of Management Calcutta. He joined Britannia in December 1974 from Jagatjit Industries, where he was product manager (marketing services). He is credited with Britannia's rise to being India's largest biscuit company.
After his exit from Britannia, Alagh founded a consulting firm, SKA Advisors, which advises clients on marketing strategies. He was appointed as the President of the All India Management Association (AIMA) in 2004.