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Vikas Srivastava

Managing Director, Johnson & Johnson Consumer (India)
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Caring for the world, one person at a time, inspires and unites every employee of Johnson & Johnson. In the 67 years of our journey in India, we have been constantly guided by the core values and principles of Our Credo, which challenges us to place the needs and well-being of consumers we serve first.

Generations of mothers and fathers in India have placed their trust in Johnson’s® Baby to provide them with safe, clinically proven mild and gentle products that ultimately enhance the intimate bond between a mother and baby. It is a responsibility that we take very seriously as we embrace research and science to bring safe, innovative products that live up to our pure, mild and gentle promise. We also offer a number of other iconic brands,deeply trusted by our consumers, in the areas of intimate feminine hygiene, teen skincare wound care, oral care, cough and cold, facial skincare and more.

Our employees bring immense dedication and purpose to everything they do, always striving to make a difference. We are proud of our employees, and passionately believe that supporting their growth and development and helping them fulfill their potential is the core responsibility of our leaders.

As a responsible citizen, we care deeply about our communities and the society at large and have been supporting many programs and initiatives in the areas of health and education, particularly for infants and girls. We actively support the Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) to reduce infant mortality in India through a neonatal resuscitation program. In addition, we partner with UNICEF to increase knowledge, build confidence and improve health and hygiene practices among adolescent girls across several states in India.

At Johnson & Johnson India, we will continue to be driven by a vision of caring for people by anticipating their needs, creating solutions and experiences that help them and those they care for live healthy, vibrant lives.