Xynteo promotes Ritik Kumar Sinha and Vaibhav Doshi

07 November 2023 Consultancy.in 2 min. read
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International sustainability and social impact consultancy Xynteo has promoted two company members to Associate Partner in its Mumbai office.

Ritik Kumar Sinha is a core member of Xynteo’s Fast Moving Consumer Goods and Consumer Packaged Goods sectors. He has 13+ years of experience in management consulting and industry working with clients in the government and private sector, as well as small businesses, start-ups, multi-laterals, and philanthropies.

Sinha currently works with corporations to drive systemic change through innovative business models and social impact projects. He also leads the circular economy offering at Xynteo within the Vikaasa coalition which aims to create sustainable models to drive plastic circularity across India.

Ritik Kumar Sinha and Vaibhav Doshi, Xynteo

Vaibhav Doshi has 13+ years of experience in the transportation and the metals & mining sector, specialising in developing and implementing solutions aimed at supply chain optimisation, environmental stewardship, and social inclusiveness.

Prior to joining Xynteo in 2020, Doshi worked at Mahindra & Mahindra, Kirloskar and Maersk across a variety of functions such as product development, supply chain management and category management. At Maersk, he was the global category manager for engines, focused on reducing total cost of ownership, overall decarbonisation.

At Xynteo, Doshi is a core member of the Industrial Goods and Natural Resources industry sectors. He leads the sustainable mining offering track within the Vikaasa coalition which aims at developing a greener mining business model that incorporates social and environmental factors into decision-making.

In India, Xynteo has offices in Mumbai and New Delhi. The firm also has two offices in Europe, in Oslo (headquarters) and London (United Kingdom). Large clients include the likes of Cyient, Shell, Unilever, and Visa.

In March this year, Xynteo landed a growth-focused investment from UK-based investor Leon Capital.