Kate Nicholson
Dec 13, 2010

Profile: Shumone Chatterjee, VP marketing for APAC at Levi's

Shumone Chatterjee, Levi's new VP for marketing in Asia-Pacific on how people watching has enabled his to move the brand forward.

Levis marketing VP in APAC Shumone Chatterjee

Think jeans and you will undoubtedly think Levi’s. The brand, which came into existence in 1873, has an iconic status and is salient across the world. And the man behind the scenes in the region is the youthful Shumone Chatterjee, recently appointed as vice-president of marketing at Levi’s Asia-Pacific. 

Always on the marketing job, in his spare time Chatterjee watches people. “I watch how they move, how they behave, and how they interact with brands,” he says. “I...

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