Ferns N Petals Elevates Top Officials as Chief Operating Officers
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Industry Watch | May 17, 2019 | News
Ferns N Petals
Ferns N Petals (FNP) has announced the elevation of three senior officials as Chief Operating Officers of the company with immediate effect. Manoj Jain, Manish Saini, and Anil Sharma will be second-in-command after current CEO Pawan Gadia.
Mr. Manish Saini has been promoted to the new role from Vice President, E-commerce, a position he has held since 2013. He is actively involved in framing strategic plans for www.fnp.com. Whereas Mr. Anil Sharma is associated with FNP since 2004 and has played a very important role in growing the retail business of the company.
Being proficient in financial intricacies, Manoj Jain will be responsible for overseeing FNP Gardens with a clear strategic vision for growth.
On the Elevation, Mr. Vikaas Gutgutia, Founder & Managing Director, Ferns N Petals, said: “With their deep knowledge and experience of our markets, I truly believe that the three of them along with the leadership team will steer us to greater heights for years to come.”
Being responsible for the company’s growth, all three will continue to report to Vikaas Gutgutia, Founder & Managing Director and Pawan Gadia, CEO, Online & Retail, Ferns N Petals.
The $51 million Ferns N Petals, has a robust network of 320 outlets across India and has 10 premium venues in Delhi NCR. FNP is consciously foraying into various fields to make your occasions even more memorable with their products and services. Recently, Ferns N Petals has been ranked amongst the Top 100 Franchise Opportunities for the year 2019. Today, Ferns N Petals Group encompasses of FNP Retail & Franchising, FNP E-commerce- India & UAE, FNP Weddings & Events, Floral Touch- UAE, FNP Gardens, Flowers ‘N’ More, The Flagship Store by FNP, WDH (Wedding Design Hub), FNP Cakes 'N' More, FNP Water and FNP Media.
Ferns N Petals (FNP) has announced the elevation of three senior officials as Chief Operating Officers of the company with immediate effect.