Milk Mantra, a renowned FBO has shuffled its top roles and now designated Sandipan Ghosh as its Chief operating officer. Mr. Sandipan has already been acknowledged at various levels and conferences for his exemplary leadership and Stewardship. From now onwards, he will be taking on the job controlling all the company’s commercial forays and outlays along with innovation, supply chain management and market outgrowth.

Mr. Sandipan is not a new name, he has been bubbling in and out in every major step of the milk and dairy sector, ranging from all the amendments and has fathomed echelons.

Prior to this, he was in role of commercial head, in Lactal Group India, where he channelised hefty profit and zoomed the business.

He was also associated with Mother Dairy, MTR Foods, Tiffany Foods, Schmitten Chocolates, Nutrela and TATA Chemicals. His niche lies in driving profits through product innovation and creating consumer driven operational structures within organisations.

Commenting on his appointment, Srikumar Misra, founder, MD and CEO, Milk Mantra, said,“I am very happy to welcome Sandipan to Milk Mantra at a time when we are financially geared with profitability and funding to widen our operations and make Milky Moo the leading brand in eastern India. His sharp, incisive approach for driving profit through operational excellence, and growth via product-market strengthening, backed by our tech stack, will further accelerate Milk Mantra 3.0. We remain focused on a hybrid model and our alternative subscription app DailyMoo will start mainstreaming in the near future. Sandipan’s deep experience in building consumer franchises will help drive DailyMoo further.”

Talking about his new role, Sandipan Ghosh, COO, Milk Mantra, said, “I look forward to being a part of Milk Mantra at such an exciting phase where it is now a high growth profitable start-up. I admire the immense impact the Moo Team and leadership has been able to achieve through its ethical sourcing model and challenger brand Milky Moo. The force of their spirit in serving consumers with the highest quality and service standards, while maintaining profitability even despite the flux brought by the pandemic scenario is remarkable, as is the equity that Milk Mantra has created within the dairy as well as challenger brands ecosystem in such a short space of time.”

Ghosh holds an MBA in International Business from Western Sydney University, and has completed an executive education programme in marketing strategy from the Indian School of Business, and an executive leadership programme from ESCP Business School.

 

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