Campaign India Team
Jan 09, 2023

Stanton Ambrose joins Celio India

Moves from Reliance Brands

Stanton Ambrose joins Celio India
Celio has announced the appointment of Stanton Ambrose as head of marketing and PR. Ambrose moves from Reliance Brands, where he was marketing head.
Satyen Momaya, CEO, Celio India, said, “We are glad to have Stanton join our leadership team and lead brand strategy and integrated marketing, as we scale rapidly and build a stronger consumer franchise in India. With an impressive background and a stellar work record in the apparel industry, we are excited to have him drive the agenda of strengthening the brand narrative and driving salience to the next level."
Ambrose said, “It is an absolute honour to be associated with a French brand like Celio. The brand has a strong presence in the country and I am keen to further strengthen the foot print and engage with the gen Z and millennials whilst increasing market share. Moreover, I eagerly look forward to learning & growing with the brand and building a community of consumers who resonate with the brand’s ethos." 
In a career spanning 11 years, he has also worked with Bestseller and Future Group. 
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