FMCG firms wait for small shops in cities to get back into business
Demand for products ranging from chocolates to cold beverages and candies will take time to rebound
The lockdown threw distribution channels into disarray, and for a good few weeks, or in some places, a month, brands were invisible on store aisles. Marketers, however, ensured that such instances were nothing more than a temporary glitch.
In a conversation with BestMediaInfo.com, Nadia Chauhan, JMD and CMO, Parle Agro, talks about the growth strategy of the company and how lockdown and the Covid 19 pandemic have thrown all projections out of the window
New Delhi, May 18 (IANS) In an exclusive interview with IANS, Nadia Chauhan, Joint Managing Director and CMO, Parle Agro, said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's encouragement and appeal to consider products manufactured by Indian
Parle Agro Prakash Jyantilal Chauhan Foundation (PJC Foundation) has stepped in to provide relief and support to India amidst extended lockdown due to coronavirus. The company claims that it has extended access to medical, food
The spread of COVID-19 has disrupted lives, livelihoods and communities worldwide. In order to help with the basic survival of the less fortunate during the lockdown, regular medical monitoring, well-being, nutrition and accommodation is provided to them.
“Being ESG-compliant is not an option anymore. Companies have to be socially responsible,” said Parle Agro CEO Schauna Chauhan. “There has to be a clear, concise commitment and organisations need to be held accountable for their actions,” said Parle Agro CEO Schauna Chauhan.
Family-run businesses are turning more conscious of environment, social and governance (ESG) regulations by being more compliant with environmental laws, turning green in operations, increasing diversity in management and improving their corporate governance. Family-run companies are also increasingly watching their carbon footprint.
Speaking on prioritising and planning things in life to learning how to tackle stress in practical life, Schauna Chauhan, CEO at Parle Agro might have had a laid out business for her but it is no joke to maintain it, face the music if anything went wrong, manage personal life with that of
Parle Agro CEO Schauna Chauhan runs a Rs 4,200 crore business while being a hands-on single mom to six-year-old Jahaan. We spoke to the dynamic entrepreneur to find out how she manages to balance the demands of a challenging career and the needs of a growing boy without compromising on either.
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