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July 31, 2016 08:30 PM NPT
KATHMANDU, July 31: Coca-Cola Nepal has held an interaction with BBA and MBA students of King's College.
According to the company, the interaction held between Coca-Cola's country director Alok Kohli and students was aimed at informing and engaging with the youth.
Issuing a statement, officials of Coca-Cola said that Kohli, on the occasion, shared his insights on building successful brands by creating value for consumers and stakeholders.
“It gives me a great joy to connect with you all, the young, bright future leaders of Nepal and understand your aspirations and ideologies.
This is also a great platform for you all to get to know Coca-Cola better.
The brand you have thoroughly enjoyed consuming and sharing with your loved ones,” Kohli said at the interaction, according to the statement.
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