Article: Shalimar Paints appoints former Apple executive to lead marketing


Shalimar Paints appoints former Apple executive to lead marketing

To accelerate growth and enhance brand equity to boost India’s sharing economy, Shalimar Paints appoints a new VP-Marketing.
Shalimar Paints appoints former Apple executive to lead marketing

Shalimar Paints names Minal Srivastava, a marketing professional with over 15 years of experience as VP-Marketing.  

Minal comes with a rich background of over 15 years.

Prior to joining Shalimar Paints, she was the Lead Retail expansion at Apple, spearheading the expansion for the first-ever Apple-led retail format in India and scaling the same. Minal was also associated with KOHLER as its DGM, Marketing and was responsible for the development of the company’s national marketing programs and strategic planning. In the past, she has also worked with USHA, Fulcrum, and Zenith Optimedia.

An alumnus of IIM – Ahmedabad and MICA, Minal has also mentored multiple start-ups and turned around their businesses towards better revenues and growth.

Surender Bhatia, Managing Director and CEO of Shalimar Paints Limited welcomed Minal on board and said, “Minal has established herself as an expert in the marketing industry with great ideas and stellar achievements. We look forward to leveraging her expertise and strategic business management capabilities for the growth of Shalimar Paints.”

Established in 1902, Shalimar Paints is focused on accelerating growth and enhancing brand equity to boost India’s sharing economy. Minal will play an important role in leading the growth agenda for the company. 

Topics: Appointments, Leadership

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