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Rakshit Hargave elevated to Senior VP for Sahara Africa, India & Sales, Beiersdorf near East

16-August-2016
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Rakshit Hargave elevated to Senior VP for Sahara Africa, India & Sales, Beiersdorf near East

Rakshit Hargave has been elevated to Senior VP for Sahara Africa, India & Sales, Beiersdorf near East. In his new role, region MU India and Sub Sahara Africa countries will be reporting in to him. He will be moving to Dubai for his new role.

Hargave joined NIVEA India, an affiliate of Beiersdorf AG, as the Managing Director of the Indian Operations in January 2011. He was the Chief Operating Officer of Lakme Lever in his last role. 

In his earlier roles, Hargave has also worked with Dominos Pizza and Nestle India. Hargave was the Chief of Marketing for Dominos Pizza (now Jubilant Foodworks) and was responsible for the successful launch of the 30 minute guarantee. While at Nestle, among other roles, he was also the Brand Manager for Maggi. He is an MBA from FMS Delhi and an Electrical Engineer from IT BHU.

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