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Satyen Momaya is the new CEO at Celio* Future Fashion

14-March-2017
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Satyen Momaya is the new CEO at Celio* Future Fashion

Satyen P. Momaya has been appointed as the new CEO at Celio Future Fashion. A seasoned professional, Momaya holds over 20 years of experience working across Retail, Telecom, and Consumer Durables. He is known for building a strong profitable business and achieving market growth objectives.

At Celio Future Fashion, Momaya will be spearheading the Retail business right from operations and management to marketing-related activities and revenue generation. He will be responsible for the growth and development of the brand in India, and will also work towards making it a premier menswear brand in the country.

Momaya previously had a nine-year stint at Levi Strauss India where he was the Director - Retail since March 2015 for two years and led the Retail business for the brand. Prior to this, he has worked at Vodafone, LG Electronics, and BPL.

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