New Delhi Pedersen base takes on new principal as HR specialist joins company.

Lahiri appointed.

Pedersen & Partners has appointed Paramita Lahiri as a Principal based in New Delhi, India. Ms. Lahiri brings over 15 years of experience encompassing human resources, workforce and leadership, acquisition and development, corporate advisory, and change management. Throughout her career, she has led numerous senior-level assignments in the Technology & Digital, Healthcare, and FMCG sectors. Prior to joining Pedersen & Partners, Ms. Lahiri served as an Associate Director with a New Delhi-headquartered Executive Search firm, using her practical knowledge of tech, digitisation, and working in an agile environment to help clients drive corporate performance.

“Our Indian and international clients are seeking to bring on board executives who can navigate the complex economic environment in India, and whose excellent social and participative leadership abilities guide their corporate performance,” said Avneesh Raghuvanshi , Country Manager for India at Pedersen & Partners. “We are delighted that our team’s ability to deliver exceptional services and solutions that drive a high level of value to our clients will be enhanced by Paramita’s extensive background and holistic approach to partnering with clients. We are confident that Paramita will help us to ensure the best possible talent acquisition strategy and implementation for our clients.”

“I’m excited to join the diverse team at Pedersen & Partners,” said Paramita Lahiri. “India has been an early adopter of international corporate and talent management practices, and the flexibility, adaptability, and high-performance drive of Indian executives have made them the first choice of multinationals all over the world. I look forward to using my skills and the firm’s impressive global reach to help expand our network of clients in India, Asia, and globally by securing the absolute best talent for their needs.”

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