Thursday, June 30, 2011

FMCG Majors and Indians

I was reading a newspaper article in TOI on how Asian Executives are increasingly in demand in corporate world worldwide . The article was written against the backdrop of the news that Harish Manwani is set to become first COO of Unilever, which is seen as an acknowledgement of the growing importance of Indian/Emerging markets. The recognition for the Indian talent has always there, historically many multinationals have looked at their Indian operations as a hunting ground for fresh talent.....

Harish Manwani is actually an addition to the list, other are PepsiCo chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi and Rakesh Kapoor the global CEO of Reckitt Benckiser. I have looked at only FMCG sector there are more people in other sectors also, and this probably is just the start...



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Gaurav Kumar said...

I was reading a newspaper article in TOI on how Asian Executives are increasingly in demand in corporate world worldwide . The article was written against the backdrop of the news that Harish Manwani is set to become first COO of Unilever, which is seen as an acknowledgement of the growing importance of Indian/Emerging markets. The recognition for the Indian talent has always there, historically many multinationals have looked at their Indian operations as a hunting ground for fresh talent.....


Harish Manwani is actually an addition to the list, other are PepsiCo chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi and Rakesh Kapoor the global CEO of Reckitt Benckiser. I have looked at only FMCG sector there are more people in other sectors also, and this probably is just the start...



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iamayush@gmail.com said...

I was reading a newspaper article in TOI on how Asian Executives are increasingly in demand in corporate world worldwide . The article was written against the backdrop of the news that Harish Manwani is set to become first COO of Unilever, which is seen as an acknowledgement of the growing importance of Indian/Emerging markets. The recognition for the Indian talent has always there, historically many multinationals have looked at their Indian operations as a hunting ground for fresh talent.....


Harish Manwani is actually an addition to the list, other are PepsiCo chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi and Rakesh Kapoor the global CEO of Reckitt Benckiser. I have looked at only FMCG sector there are more people in other sectors also, and this probably is just the start...



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seema said...

I was reading a newspaper article in TOI on how Asian Executives are increasingly in demand in corporate world worldwide . The article was written against the backdrop of the news that Harish Manwani is set to become first COO of Unilever, which is seen as an acknowledgement of the growing importance of Indian/Emerging markets. The recognition for the Indian talent has always there, historically many multinationals have looked at their Indian operations as a hunting ground for fresh talent.....


Harish Manwani is actually an addition to the list, other are PepsiCo chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi and Rakesh Kapoor the global CEO of Reckitt Benckiser. I have looked at only FMCG sector there are more people in other sectors also, and this probably is just the start...



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Khushbu said...

I was reading a newspaper article in TOI on how Asian Executives are increasingly in demand in corporate world worldwide . The article was written against the backdrop of the news that Harish Manwani is set to become first COO of Unilever, which is seen as an acknowledgement of the growing importance of Indian/Emerging markets. The recognition for the Indian talent has always there, historically many multinationals have looked at their Indian operations as a hunting ground for fresh talent.....


Harish Manwani is actually an addition to the list, other are PepsiCo chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi and Rakesh Kapoor the global CEO of Reckitt Benckiser. I have looked at only FMCG sector there are more people in other sectors also, and this probably is just the start...



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rightbooks86 said...

I was reading a newspaper article in TOI on how Asian Executives are increasingly in demand in corporate world worldwide . The article was written against the backdrop of the news that Harish Manwani is set to become first COO of Unilever, which is seen as an acknowledgement of the growing importance of Indian/Emerging markets. The recognition for the Indian talent has always there, historically many multinationals have looked at their Indian operations as a hunting ground for fresh talent.....


Harish Manwani is actually an addition to the list, other are PepsiCo chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi and Rakesh Kapoor the global CEO of Reckitt Benckiser. I have looked at only FMCG sector there are more people in other sectors also, and this probably is just the start...



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Oliviapitson said...

I was reading a newspaper article in TOI on how Asian Executives are increasingly in demand in corporate world worldwide . The article was written against the backdrop of the news that Harish Manwani is set to become first COO of Unilever, which is seen as an acknowledgement of the growing importance of Indian/Emerging markets. The recognition for the Indian talent has always there, historically many multinationals have looked at their Indian operations as a hunting ground for fresh talent.....


Harish Manwani is actually an addition to the list, other are PepsiCo chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi and Rakesh Kapoor the global CEO of Reckitt Benckiser. I have looked at only FMCG sector there are more people in other sectors also, and this probably is just the start...



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Tanu Mehta said...

I was reading a newspaper article in TOI on how Asian Executives are increasingly in demand in corporate world worldwide . The article was written against the backdrop of the news that Harish Manwani is set to become first COO of Unilever, which is seen as an acknowledgement of the growing importance of Indian/Emerging markets. The recognition for the Indian talent has always there, historically many multinationals have looked at their Indian operations as a hunting ground for fresh talent.....


Harish Manwani is actually an addition to the list, other are PepsiCo chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi and Rakesh Kapoor the global CEO of Reckitt Benckiser. I have looked at only FMCG sector there are more people in other sectors also, and this probably is just the start...



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vekat said...

I was reading a newspaper article in TOI on how Asian Executives are increasingly in demand in corporate world worldwide . The article was written against the backdrop of the news that Harish Manwani is set to become first COO of Unilever, which is seen as an acknowledgement of the growing importance of Indian/Emerging markets. The recognition for the Indian talent has always there, historically many multinationals have looked at their Indian operations as a hunting ground for fresh talent.....


Harish Manwani is actually an addition to the list, other are PepsiCo chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi and Rakesh Kapoor the global CEO of Reckitt Benckiser. I have looked at only FMCG sector there are more people in other sectors also, and this probably is just the start...



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