Campaign India Team
May 24, 2021

Konark Gaur quits as marketing head of Sebamed India

Joined Sebamed in May 2019

Konark Gaur quits as marketing head of Sebamed India
Konark Gaur has stepped down from his position as head of marketing at Sebamed India. 
He joined the company in May 2019 and played a major role in the HUL-Sebamed controversy over pH value of soaps. 
Gaur has over 16 years of experience across the industry. He was associated with Nestle and General Mills in the past and co-founded the Jazz Up beauty salon. He is also the founder and CEO of, an at-home beauty service. 
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