NEW DELHI: Beverage major Coca-Cola India on Monday announced changes in its leadership structure with the appointment of Sundeep Bajoria as vice-president -South West Asia operations and Chandrasekar Radhakrishnan as vice president – strategy and insights, Coca-Cola India & South West Asia.
The company in a statement said the new structure is designed to enable the India and South West Asia business to be a growth engine for The Coca-Cola Company by capitalising on emerging opportunities while continuing to build on talent development.
“We believe there are significant opportunities that lie ahead of us to grow our portfolio and meaningfully penetrate the market. These changes will address developing business needs and pave the way to develop a stronger portfolio for the future. It also reinforces our commitment towards investing in talent development,” Coca-Cola India & South West Asia president T Krishnakumar said.
Prior to this new role, Sundeep Bajoria was vice president strategy and insights of the company.
Chandrasekar who joins Coca-Cola India from Nestle, will take charge of the strategic initiatives for the company to accelerate the pace of innovation and assess opportunities to offer a much broader and deeper portfolio of beverages for consumers.
Earlier this year, Coca-Cola India said it plans to launch 10 new products in the country in 2018 through its incubator which uses insights based on consumer feedback.