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Colgate Palmolive's Ashish Joshi named COO of Marico South East Asia

15-January-2015
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Colgate Palmolive's Ashish Joshi named COO of Marico South East Asia

Marico, one of India's leading consumer products companies operating in the beauty and wellness space, has appointed Ashish Joshi as COO of Marico South East Asia.  Prior to this Joshi was with Colgate Palmolive in Thailand.

Joshi did his engineering in 1993 from IIT Roorkee and completed his MBA  from IIM Lucknow in 1995.

He leverages nearly two decades of experience, 12 years being with Colgate Palmolive,  prior to which he was with Hindustan Unilever for six years. He joined HUL as a management trainee and in 1995 and was in sales discipline for four years,  post which he joined Brand Management for Brooke Bond Red Label Tea for a year.  Joshi has also worked in India and other emerging markets as well as developed markets like USA in global roles, which include varied roles like Sales and Commercial Operations, Category Innovations and Activations as well as Category P & L .

In his last stint before joining Marico, Joshi was leading the Customer Development Function in Colgate Palmolive Thailand  at the Management Committee level.  
 

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