Success story: IIM alumnus in Bengaluru, now MD of company worth Rs 54,000 crore

Daijiworld Media Network – Bengaluru (MS)

Bengaluru, Oct 4: Prabha Narasimhan is one of the several Indians holding top notch positions in many multinationals throughout the world. She is the CEO of Colgate-Palmolive (India) limited.

Narasimhan joined the company in 2022 September. Earlier, she was working with Hindustan Unilever Limited (HU) as the executive director of home care department. She was member of leadership team of HUL also. Prabha has an experience of about 25 years of working in different departments including customer development and consumer marketing. Her yearly salary is Rs 4.88 crore.

Prabha completed her PGDBM degree in marketing from IIM Bengaluru. She completed her fifth semester in Melbourne business school. Colgate-Palmolive is the leader in products related to oral hygiene like toothpaste, toothpowder, and toothbrush. Oil pulling and mouth wash products. Under Palmolive, it has several personal care products.

Prabha Narasimhan entered the corporate world as the group general manager of Aditya Birla group of companies. Later, step by step she grew in the corporate world. In 2006, she was the regional marketing manager of HUL. She worked for 14 years in HUL. She resigned from HUL in 2022 to join Colgate Palmolive. The market capital of Colgate-Palmolive as of September 20, 2023 is Rs 54,332 crore. The share value of this company is 2003.30 in NSE.

Colgate-Palmolive began its operations 200 years ago at New York. It was introduced in India in 1937. Colgate is very popular with Indians. Now the company is marching forward under the leadership of Prabha Narasimhan. Most of the revenue of the company comes from the Colgate brand products. The brand revenue of Palmolive is comparatively lesser. Prabha is focusing more on extending the revenue of Palmolive products.




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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Oct 04 2023

    Hats off to this lady.One shouldnt only look at the salary scale but the hard work it brings with.One need not count the hard work hours sweat,and mostly responsibility one is having towards workers management and big concern.Family comes here most probably at the last end.Successful woman .May God bless her.

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