News: Good Glamm Group appoints Gaurav Tejwani as Chief Product Officer

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Good Glamm Group appoints Gaurav Tejwani as Chief Product Officer

Tejwani brings his expertise in managing, influencing, assisting, and directing experiences.
Good Glamm Group appoints Gaurav Tejwani as Chief Product Officer

Digital conglomerate Good Glamm Group appoints Gaurav Tejwani, former Head of Product at Trell and Nykaa as its new Chief Product Officer (CPO). 

With over 10 years of experience in the field of digital consumer experiences within the FMCG space, Gaurav is all set to drive Good Glamm Group's vision of driving powerful technology product innovations in the commerce, media, and creator space. Gaurav will lead product management and data science verticals for the company.

In the new role, he will assume the responsibilities of Chief Product Officer and drive technology product strategy thereby building scalable and innovative solutions for the Group companies. Every company within the Group has a unique value proposition for the customer and Gaurav would be instrumental in delivering it through stellar digital experiences.

From well-reputed companies like Nykaa, D’decor, PayU Private Limited, and many more. Gaurav has been actively involved in every aspect of evolution and technology product innovations in his previous roles across multiple sectors.  

Commenting on the new appointment, Sukhleen Aneja, CEO, Beauty & FMCG Brands of Good Glamm Group said, “ Gaurav brings with him a very unique combination of having the technical rigour of traditional FMCG marketing with a focus on consumer insights and combined with a dynamic softer skill set of agility that a new age DTC conglomerate like Good Glamm Group thrives on. Couldn’t be more excited to welcome him to the Good Glamm Group.” 

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