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Satyaki Ghosh to move to L'Oreal Paris

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Satyaki Ghosh to move to L'Oreal Paris

Satyaki Ghosh, Director, Consumer Products Division, L’Oréal India will soon don a new role at L’Oreal Paris.

Ghosh confirmed the development to exchange4media and said, “Yes I am moving with a new assignment to Paris within L’Oreal.”

Satyaki Ghosh joined L’Oréal India as General Manager, Sales in January 2009.

In 2012 he was appointed Director of the Consumer Products Division. In this role he is responsible for managing key brands Garnier, L’Oréal Paris and Maybelline. His areas of responsibility include Marketing, Sales and Supply Chain.

He has over 17 years of experience in FMCG, retail and consumer products sectors and has handled both consumer and industrial businesses during his stints across diverse geographies.

Satyaki is an Economics graduate from Presidency College, Kolkata and has an MBA degree from IISWBM, University of Calcutta.

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