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Ina Bansal is now the communications lead for India at the global defence and aerospace giant Lockheed Martin.
As per a story in 'The Week', the Indian Air Force has a programme to acquire 114 medium multi-role fighter jets under the Make in India umbrella: Lockheed Martin is one of the firms which has shown interest in this project. Lockheed Martin has tied up with Tata Advanced Systems as its Indian partner for this.
With 12 years of communication experience, Bansal has previously worked with Honeywell, a Fortune 100 technology company and Nucleus Software, a provider of lending and transaction banking products.
She has also worked with Genesis BCW helping design B2B and B2C communications and integrated marketing campaigns for brands across various industries including technology, automobiles, aviation, consumer products and venture capital; working with global teams of Intel., Intel Capital, HP, Boeing, Monster.com, Canaan Partners, PepsiCo India, and Bacardi.