Vikram Pawah Appointed as President of BMW Group India
Having completed his assignment, Frank Schloeder (42) acting President, BMW Group India will return to BMW Group Headquarters in Germany.
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Vikram Pawah (45) has been appointed as the President of BMW Group India effective 1 March 2017.
Pawah brings more than twenty-five years of international experience both in the automotive and non-automotive industry. He started his career at Jay Engineering Works, India and has held multiple leadership positions within Honda Cars in India and Australia. Most recently, he was the Managing Director of Harley-Davidson India.
Having completed his assignment, Frank Schloeder (42) acting President, BMW Group India will return to BMW Group Headquarters in Germany, where he will assume the position of Head of Business Steering - Luxury Class. During his assignment of over 3 years, Schloeder has held the position of Director Marketing, where he effectively steered the BMW brand in India. In his tenure as acting President, BMW Group increased both its sales and market share in the Indian luxury car segment.
“India is a growing market with great potential for mobility products and services. With his broad experience in the automotive industry and his country specific know-how, Mr. Pawah brings excellent preconditions to strengthen our position in the Indian market. We would like to thank Schloeder for his remarkable accomplishments and wish him the best for his new role.” said Hendrik von Kuenheim, Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific and South Africa, BMW Group.
Pawah has graduated in Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from Delhi University and holds an MBA in International and Strategic Management from Victoria University in Melbourne.
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