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CIO: Shashwat Singh to take charge tomorrow at boAt

In this new role as a CIO, Singh will be reporting to Vivek Gambhir, CEO of boAt

Shashwat Singh has moved on from Kimberly Clark and joined boAt as a Chief Information Officer, where he will be taking charge on 14May 2021.

According to sources, at Kimberly Clark he has served a few months in the capacity of Supply Chain Technology Leader.

Made in India by an Indian brand, is the core of this consumer electronics company boAt. The company, founded by Aman Gupta and Sameer Mehta, came into the market with affordable, durable, and modern technology-based products such as earphones, headphones stereos, travel chargers, and premium rugged cables.

In this new role as a Chief Information Officer, Singh will be reporting to Vivek Gambhir, CEO of boAt. He will lead the Digital and IT team and will work on expanding it. Also, he will be responsible for setting up a scalable, robust, and secure IT landscape.

A digital evangelist and globally renowned technology leader, Singh, has more than 15 years of experience in leading technology and digital at organisations such as Kimberly Clark, Unilever and Asian Paints. He holds a B. Tech degree in IT from Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology and has completed MBA-General from IIT Kharagpur.

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