Campaign India Team
Jul 15, 2022

KFC India elevates Moksh Chopra and Samir Menon

Chopra was CMO, Indian Subcontinent, whereas Menon was CEO

From left: Samir Menon and Moksh Chopra
From left: Samir Menon and Moksh Chopra
Chicken restaurant brand, KFC India, has announced the elevation of Moksh Chopra and Samir Menon. 
Chopra has been elevated as general manager, India BMU (Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Maldives), since Menon is now managing director, MENAPakT (Middle East, North Africa, Pakistan, Turkey) and India. 
Prior to this, Chopra was CMO, Indian Subcontinent, whereas Menon was CEO, KFC India. 
Their new roles will come into effect from 15 July, 2022. 
Menon said, “I am honoured and excited to be able to galvanise the strategy for KFC’s next chapter of growth for the MENAPakT and India region. While we continue to build on the strategic roadmap for India, I look forward to driving our global strategy and delivering long-term, sustainable growth for the brand, our teams, franchisee partners and customers. With Moksh’s rich experiences and excellence in strategic thinking, he has proven to be an incredible leader for KFC India BMU; and would continue to unlock potential for the brand.”
Chopra said, “We are famous for serving Finger Lickin’ good food, that’s done the right way. I’m privileged and honoured to be leading the mandate for the brand in India. We have been driving significant growth in the India market with disruptive products, expanding our footprint with more than 600 restaurants, strengthening our regional outreach, increasing access and enhancing customer experience. I look forward to deepening KFC’s relevance, while retaining the distinctiveness KFC is known for - in India, with India.”
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