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Naveen Anand to take on global role at Amway

19-November-2013
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Naveen Anand to take on global role at Amway

Naveen Anand, currently Senior Vice President - Marketing, Amway India, has been made Global Marketing Director of Core Nutrition. He takes charge from December 1, 2013. Anand will be relocating to Amway headquarters at Ada, Michigan. The global Nutrition Marketing core team will be reporting to Anand.

In this role, Anand will be responsible for the development and execution of the global nutrition marketing strategy.

He began his career at Amway India almost 16 years ago as Marketing Manager in India, overseeing India’s marketing department, and since then has been instrumental in building the Amway India business to approximately $400 million in sales. He also spearheaded mass media campaigns for the mother brand Amway, and later on adding Nutrilite, Artistry and Attitude.

Prior to Amway, Anand had worked at Karishma Advertising (part of Lowe Lintas) and Reckitt Benckiser.

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