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    Ozone Group’s CMD trains daughter Sanchi Sehgal in leadership, family business

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    The younger Sehgal is already making Ozone Signature Range of products popular, internationally.

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    Subhash Sehgal with his youngest daughter Sanchi.
    Subhash Sehgal, chair-man and managing director, Ozone Group of Companies, is the man credited with the rise of Ozone Pharmaceuticals Ltd as among the top pharma companies in the country. Today, he can watch his daughter Sanchi Sehgal make a mark for herself. If Sehgal made Nomarks face cream a household name, Sanchi is already making Ozone Signature Range of products for skin, body and hair popular internationally.

    “Hailing from a service-class family, it was a tough journey in the initial years. I worked passionately day and night. After 28 years, today I can say there is no shortcut to success. Proper planning, a vision, and being morally and spiritually strong are all important,” says Sehgal.

    Sehgal also credits wife Geeta, elder daughter Shruti, son Karan, and daughter-in-law Heena for success. “At the time of our marriage, the business was a year old. I was a PhD student in micro-biology from PGI Chandigarh. I left my research work and devoted myself to family life. Every business venture has been a great learning for me,” says Geeta about her role.

    Today, Heena handles the Canada operations. Shruti joined Nomarks after completing her education from Delhi University and the London School of Economics. She now heads the luxury division and supports the board and management committee.

    Having completed her education in the UK, Sanchi took up responsibility for Ozone Signature Range of products. “My dad is the pole star in my life. All our products are derived from India’s ancient Vedic scriptures and t he Sushruta Samhita. Based on scholars’ interpretation of Sanskrit shlokas, experts make formulations, which are tested in our R&D centre before reaching the market. We are getting a good response from today’s generation who have been affected by artificial products,” she says.

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