GSK Consumer Healthcare appoints Vikram Bahl as Area Marketing Lead

| Updated: May 15, 2017 22:46 IST

New Delhi [India], May 15 (ANI): GSK Consumer Healthcare Ltd. on Monday announced the appointment of Vikram Bahl as the Area Marketing Lead for Nutrition and Digestive Health for ISC. Vikram will be based in Gurugram and report into Manoj Kumar, Managing Director, GSK Consumer Healthcare Ltd. He succeeds Prashant Pandey who moves to Bangladesh as General Manager - MyBaN (Myanmar, Bangladesh and Nepal). Vikram joins GSK from Kellogg where he was the Global Innovation Lead for wholesome and savory snacks, based out of their headquarters in the US. "We are pleased to welcome Vikram on board. He brings with him over 23 years of rich experience and in-depth knowledge working across various FMCG companies globally and India. With such extensive experience in driving businesses and building brands, I am confident that Vikram will help us in taking the Nutrition & Digestive Health category to greater heights," said MD GSK Consumer Healthcare Ltd., Manoj Kumar. "I also take this opportunity to thank Prashant for his immense contribution to the ISC business where he has made significant contributions to the Nutrition & Digestive Health category in various capacities since 2008," added Kumar. "I am absolutely thrilled to be back in India with GSK - a company that has many iconic science based brands that are a part of our everyday lives and also being a part of the growth trajectory of the subcontinent. I am looking forward to working with the team to accelerate growth by keeping current consumers engaged while driving more recruitment to the categories with innovative insights based marketing leveraging both traditional and new age media," said Vikram Bahl on his appointment. Vikram brings with him over 23 years of experience in leading companies like Gillette, P&G and Kellogg working across a wide range of roles and geographies. He holds a Mathematics degree from St. Stephen's college and MBA from IIM Bangalore. (ANI)
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