Campaign India Team
Mar 13, 2023

Kavindra Mishra moves to Shoppers Stop

Was with the House of Anita Dongre

Kavindra Mishra moves to Shoppers Stop
Shoppers Stop has announced the appointment of Kavindra Mishra as chief commercial officer for external brands and CEO of Home Stop.
 
Mishra moves from the House of Anita Dongre, where he was managing director. 
  
Venu Nair, customer care associate MD and CEO at Shoppers Stop said, “Kavindra brings a wealth of retail experience that will provide strategic leadership to our external brands and planning. He will further bring in special focus to our home business, as the CEO of Home Stop, where we see significant opportunity for growth.  We are confident Kavindra’s appointment will add significant value to the organisation and drive business to the next level.”
 
Mishra said, “It has always been my desire to continuously learn and upgrade my skill sets to contribute to the organisation and teams of which I am a part. In this journey, I am delighted to work with India’s foremost retailer Shoppers Stop and deliver an unmatched customer experience across formats."
 
In a career spanning 20 years, he has also worked with Pepe, Aditya Birla Fashion Retail, Benetton and Arvind among others.
 
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Campaign India

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