LG Care inaugurates corporate office in Chennai

MUMBAI: LG Care has made an investment of 60 million Rs and inaugurated their corporate office in Nungambakkam, Chennai today. Named LG Care Towers, this was essentially done to ensure beefing up of operations in India in record time.



The property is spread over 20,000 sq ft and 5 floors. The premises will also feature an in-house cafeteria and recreation facilities for all the employees. Hosting a state-of-the-art LG Care product display center at the ground floor, the entire international range of LG Cosmetics and will soon be showcased there.

Thiru D Jayakumar Minister for Law, IT & Electricity, and government of Tamil Nadu formally inaugurated the building. Noted film personality cinestar 'Prashanth' graced the occasion.



Speaking at the occasion LG Care Managing Director Vijay R Singh says, "We are very proud and extremely happy about our new corporate office - LG Care Towers which has been brought to life in record time as we were scaling up our operations in India at a very brisk pace. LG Care Towers will be a landmark property in Chennai and we cherish this very important & proud moment for all of us at LG Care and would like to congratulate all the efforts towards making this a reality in such a short time."

The new corporate office will house more than 100 employees of the company and encompass all major corporate functions such as Sales, Marketing, Finance, HR, Supply Chain and Administration. The top management including Chairman, Managing Director, Vice President, 3 Associate Vice Presidents and 4 Product Group Heads would be based out of the premises. Other critical functions such as International Relations, Import Operations and Corporate Governance Team will also be functioning out of the LG Care Towers. This office will be the nodal point for all branch and sales offices across 22 states in the country. The whole network will be completely IT and Network driven with the latest tools like CRM, ERP.

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