Campaign India Team
Nov 21, 2022

Pavan Ramchand moves to Social Beat as chief human resource officer

Was with Syngene International

Pavan Ramchand moves to Social Beat as chief human resource officer
Social Beat has appointed Pavan Ramchand as chief human resource officer. He moves from Syngene International, where he was general manager - human resources.
 
Suneil Chawla, co-founder, Social Beat, said, “We have set our sights on a progressive, people led future with significant growth driven by a highly capable, motivated team as the primary goal for our company. The immense exposure and experiential knowledge that Pavan brings to the table, will definitely play a key role in realising this goal.”
 
Ramchand said, “I am excited to join Social Beat to lead the Human Resources function. Our strong, people-centric culture and value system remains at the heart of everything we do. Strengthening this culture further through progressive and forward-looking people initiatives will be the priority to drive the growth of the company to achieve our goals.”
 
He has also worked with Gartner, Rio Tinto, Shell, Flextronics, Frost & Sullivan, and TMI Network.
 
 
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Campaign India

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