Landmark Group re-arranges its top leadership

14 Nov '17
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Courtesy: Landmark Group
Courtesy: Landmark Group

Landmark Group has re-arranged its top leadership positions. Kabir Lumba, the managing director of Lifestyle International Pvt. Ltd., has been assigned to the post of the CEO and director of Landmark Group in the Middle East whereas Vasanth Kumar, executive director of Max Fashion, has been appointed as the managing director of Lifestyle International.

Additionally, Shital Mehta, former CEO of Pantaloons, will be joining the company as executive director at Max Retail Division with an additional charge as the chief executive. He has over 17 years experience with Aditya Birla Group. At Aditya Birla, he was responsible for building and expanding leading menswear brands, ensuring strong backend infrastructure and brand positioning. In the last 4 and a half years, as the CEO of Pantaloons, he led the successful integration of the brand, strengthening their position in the market. Mehta will take up the role on April 1, 2018, officially.

Also, Vinod Menon who is the current chief financial officer was recently introduced into the board as director.

Kabir Lumba has served the Lifestyle and Home Centre business for the past 14 years and has built Lifestyle International Pvt. Ltd., into one of the most respected retail companies in India. Lumba will assume his role from May 1, 2018.

While, Vasanth Kumar has successfully established Max and Easy Buy as a leading value fashion brands in India since the past 13 years. He will join as the managing director of Lifestyle International from April 1, 2018.

“It gives me immense pleasure and pride to see our leaders continue to flourish and take on new challenges within the group. I am confident that the new leadership will benefit people and the business,” commented Ramanathan Hariharan, chairman of Lifestyle India Board.

Landmark Group is a Dubai-based conglomerate and is the parent company of brands like Lifestyle, Max Fashion, Easy Buy, Home Centre and Spar Hypermarkets. (VM)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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