Britannia Gunjan Shah set to join Bata India as its new CEO check details varpat

  Gunjan shah

Gunjan shah

The leading footwear company BATA India has appointed Gunjan Shah, the former Chief Commercial Officer of Britannia Industries, as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

New Delhi. The leading footwear company BATA India has appointed Gunjan Shah, the former Chief Commercial Officer of Britannia Industries, as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Shah will replace Sandeep Kataria in the company, who was promoted as the global CEO of Bata Brands in November last year. Shah will take up the post in June 2021 Bata India said in a statement on Friday that Shah will take up the post in June 2021. He will work from Gurugram. Sandeep Kataria said, “India has always been an important market for us from a global perspective. A brilliant leader like Gunjan will take over the company’s operations in India and given his vast experience and track record, I am sure he will share. Will take the brand to even greater heights and give it a strong growth. ” Also read- Inflation hit! Edible oil prices double, prices can go up now, many things will be expensiveOver 1500 retail stores across the country Bata India sells 47 million pairs of footwear every year. Bata India is India’s largest footwear retailer that sells brands such as Bata, Hush Pippies, Naturalizer, Power, Marie Claire, Weinbrenner, North Star. It has more than 1600 retail stores across the country. Bata is a Swiss brand and operates in 70 countries around the world. India is the largest market for it on the basis of revenue.




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