Tikka Shatrujit Singh is the head representative of LVMH in Asia, and is a key figure in the company’s development and positioning strategy on the Indian sub-continent. Well connected globally and highly-respected locally, Singh is one of the most visible figures in India's budding fashion and luxury industry.
Singh graduated from Doon School before attending Delhi University. He worked in finance for 10 years, starting in New York’s banking sector, before holding positions in Hong Kong, London and Zurich.
Singh first started working with LVMH in 1994. He told Wharton University’s Knowledge, “I was picked up by the LVMH group to look at India when India was a closed market. I joined them in 1994 and advised various companies within the group. In 1998, the chairman of Louis Vuitton appointed him to a full-time advisory board position.
Signh was behind the LVMH entry into its Moët Hennessy partnership and is credited with the introduction of the perfume as well as cosmetic range under LVMH. He was also instrumental in restoration projects in the Indian city of Punjab, as well as projects to protect various Indian heritage monuments. In recognition of his efforts in developing business relationships with Morrocco, Singh was awarded “The Order of Mohammed” by King Hasan II of Morocco.