Vineeta Singh is the judge of the reality show Shark Tank India that features on Sony TV along with six other judges, namely- Peyush Bansal, Ashneer Grover, Anupam Mittal, Ghazal Alagh, and Anupam Mittal.
The show started premiering on December 20, 2021, and is all about the budding entrepreneurs trying to pitch their business ideas to a panel of investors and get the investment.
Who Is Vineeta Singh?
Vineeta Singh is the CEO and co-founder at Sugar Cosmetics, the makeup brand which is manufactured in the state of art facilities across various countries like Germany, India, the United States of America, Italy, and Korea. She has been associated with the company for six years.
Sugar Cosmetics boasts of its presence in more than 2,500-plus outlets in over 130 cities across India. According to the reports, in 2019 alone, the company has recorded a growth rate of 4X in financial year 2019, accounting for Rs 200 crore sales.
She started her career as Summer Intern at ITC at the Saharanpur Plant and also worked for the same profile at Deutsche Bank receiving a pre-placement offer at both companies. In 2007, she joined Quetzal Online Private Limited(e-learning and online products) as a Director.
The entrepreneur also serves as the co-founder for FAB BAG, which was earlier called Vellvette.com. It was the country's largest beauty/grooming subscription company that provided subscribers an opportunity to try the top few global brands every month especially the one recommended by the beauty experts.
She did her schooling from Delhi Public School RK Puram in New Delhi and completed her Bachelors in Technology with Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute Of Technology Madras. Later on, in 2005, she proceeded with a Master of Business Administration degree from Indian Institute Of Management, Ahmedabad.
Vineeta Singh is proficient in many languages like English, Hindi, Gujarati, and German.
Singh was named in the 40 Under 40 List By Fortune magazine and Economic Times in 2021. She loves running, cycling, and swimming. She has been part of Ironman once and Comrades Ultramarathon three times.