Praveen Gnanam appointed to Board of Tokyo Cement Company (Lanka)

Wednesday, 6 September 2023 03:28 –      – 123

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Praveen Gnanam 


Praveen Gnanam has been appointed to the Board of Tokyo Cement Company (Lanka) PLC as a Non Independent Director.

He joined Tokyo Cement Group in 2012 as Special Projects Coordinator and in 2015 was promoted as Head of Innovation Department, a role in which he provides executive management oversight in product development, operational management, and marketing strategy for the Group’s Cement-based Value-Added Products Business Unit.

He has over a decade of experience in the hardware and construction materials industry as well as in renewable energy.

As a member of the Senior Executive Management of Tokyo Cement Group, in addition to the Innovations Business Unit, Praveen guides the strategic direction of the Group’s branding, communication and marketing, investor relations, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, and IT business functions.  He is the Managing Director of St. Anthony’s Hardware Ltd., and sits on the Boards of Directors of Tokyo Eastern Cement Company Ltd., Tokyo Super Aggregate Ltd., Tokyo Supermix Ltd., St. Anthony’s Consolidated Ltd., Navitas Solar Ltd. and is a Trustee of the A.Y.S. Gnanam Elders Homes.

Praveen graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Science Degree from the Marshall School of Business, with a concentration in Global Marketing, in addition to a concentration in Entrepreneurship from the Lloyd Greif Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies. He also minored in Nonprofits, Philanthropy and Volunteerism from the Sol Price School of Public Policy and was an Inaugural Society and Business Fellow of the USC Marshall School of Business. He has worked in Consulting for Los Angeles-based firm Innovation Protocol, and as a Research Analyst and a Brand Associate for Fortune 500 clients such as eBay, PayPal and Republic Waste Management.




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