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Satyen Momaya is new CEO of Celio Future Fashion India
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Mar '17
Courtesy: Celio India
Courtesy: Celio India
Satyen P. Momaya has been appointed as the new CEO at Celio Future Fashion Pvt. Ltd. India. A seasoned professional, Momaya has over 20 years of experience of working across multiple sectors such as retail, telecom and consumer durables. He has a successful track record in building a strong profitable business and achieving market growth objectives.

At Celio Future Fashion, Momaya will spearhead the retail business right from operations and management to marketing related activities and revenue generation. He will be responsible for the growth and development of the Celio brand in India, and will also work towards making it a premier menswear brand in the country. He believes in collaborative leadership, building a winning team and follows the motto of 'execute without excuse', said the company in a press release.

Satyen is a post graduate in Management Studies from Poona University. He previously had a successful 9-year stint at Levi Strauss India Pvt. Ltd. where he was the director of retail since March 2015 for 2 years and led the retail business for the brand. Prior to that, he had worked at Vodafone, LG Electronics and BPL Ltd.

Celio is a European menswear brand and is present across 1,000 stores in 60 countries. It brings the latest international range of casualwear, denimwear and smart workwear to India through its exclusive 40 standalone stores and 128 shops in leading departmental stores. (KD)

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