Originally posted on April 6, 2020 @ 9:21 pm
Manu Swahney is an Indian sports activities government. In January 2019, Manu was appointed as a chief government officer of Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC). Earlier than him, South Africa born cricketer Dave Richardson maintain that honourable submit for over seven years. Manu is just not solely an ICC CEO however he additionally serves because the CEO of Singapore Sports activities Membership. Additional extra he’s a former managing director of FOX Sports activities Asia (S) Non-public Ltd and ESS (additionally senior vice chairman). Manu is among the board members of a sports activities firm Manchester United which was based in 2012.
Manu Sawhney Biography
|Real Name||Manu Sawhney|
|Career||Indian Sports activities Govt|
|Date of Birth||1962|
|Age||56 (as of 2019)|
|Zodiac sign||Yet to be updated|
|Family||Father: Yet to be updated
Mother: Yet to be updated
|Spouse||Yet to be updated|
|Youngsters||Yet to be updated|
|Educational Qualification||School: Delhi Public School, R.Ok Puram
College: Diploma: BE (Mechanical)., MBA
Birla Institute Of Expertise, Pilani
Indian Institute of International Commerce, Delhi
|Hobbies||Studying and Travelling|
|Birth Place||Delhi, India|
|Current City||United Arab Emirates|
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Attention-grabbing info about Manu Sawhney
- Manu is part of Younger President Organisation which is an Worldwide organisation established within the yr 1950.
- Manu gained programming and advertising expertise when he labored in ESPN STAR sports activities as Govt VP for 9 years. Moreover, he has labored as government vice chairman, senior vice chairman and managing director of ESPN.
- He additionally labored because the advertising supervisor in ESPN Software program India Pvt Ltd.
- Manu Swanhey is a former assistant supervisor of ITC International Holdings.
- He holds a better place in organizing staff of 2015 Southeast Asian Video games held in Singapore.
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