FMCG big Britannia Industries has named Rajneet Kohli as its chief govt officer. Kohli was heading over 1450 Domino’s eating places in India earlier than this announcement. He has over 24 years of expertise in meals and retail trade. He labored at Asian Paints for six years, at Coca-Cola for 14 years and greater than 3 years at Jubilant FoodWorks. Furthermore, he has additionally been instrumental in main a number of transformational adjustments, with a deep background in know-how.
Kohli will report back to Varun Berry, Britannia’s new govt vice-chairman and managing director.
“As one in every of India’s main meals corporations with over a 100-year legacy, Britannia has an distinctive monitor file of innovation and serving shoppers with exemplary requirements. I really feel privileged and am really excited for what lies forward of us at Britannia,” Kohli mentioned in a press release.
Together with Kohli’s appoint, the corporate’s board has additionally appointed Berry because the FMCG big’s govt vice-chairman and managing director with speedy impact. “I’m delighted to welcome Rajneet to Britannia. His expertise of constructing excessive efficiency companies and worthwhile manufacturers is strongly aligned to our imaginative and prescient of turning into a Accountable International Whole Meals Firm. Rajneet’s confirmed monitor file of scaling up companies and constructing extremely engaged groups makes him an ideal match for the Group. I look ahead to partnering with Rajneet to steer us to the following part of progress,’’ Berry mentioned.
With a income of Rs 14,000 crore, Britannia Industries produces India’s favourite manufacturers like Good Day, Tiger, NutriChoice, Milk Bikis, Marie Gold, Little Hearts, and others and is current in additional than 80 international locations throughout North America, Europe, Africa, Southeast Asia, and GCC.
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