Serial entrepreneurs, former investment banking colleagues, and dear friends, Anshuman Vohra and Robin Shobin, founded HALO Sport with a shared vision to revolutionise and improve how the world hydrates.

United in their mistrust of the artificial ingredientsand excessive sugar in traditional sports drinks, turned off by the calorie-laden coconut water, andbored with the lack of flavor in electrolyte-enhanced waters, they set about creating a delicious hydration option they can chug, every time they break a sweat.

Drawing on her vast knowledge and extensive network in the health & wellness space, among other things, Robin led the development of our bespoke formula – optimizing functionality while never compromising on taste.

As CEO, Anshuman, a self-proclaimed competitive athlete, brings his experience in consumer goods - building premium, distinctive global lifestyle brands – to genuinely and finally disrupt the sports drink category.

Anshuman Vohra

Chief Executive Officer

BULLDOG Gin’s Founder, CEO, and a member of its Board of Managers, Mr. Vohra is an entrepreneur and former JP Morgan investment-banker. Distributed in over 95 countries, BULLDOG is the 4th largest premium gin in the world and the fastest-growing. Mr. Vohra conceptualized and created the brand and constructed and managed a team (in North America and Europe) that led to a global distribution agreement with an attached call option with Gruppo Campari, the 6th largest spirits company in the world with over $2 billion in annual sales.

This agreement led to an eventual sale of the brand in 2017 to Gruppo Campari. Mr. Vohra is a graduate of The College of William & Mary, where he represented them in NCAA Division I tennis.


Robin Shobin

Chief Product Officer

Robin Shobin is a former investment banker and credit trading analyst. She spent nearly 14-years at J.P. Morgan in the leveraged finance group and then transitioning to a highly ranked research analyst. She was ranked by Institutional Investor magazine as the street’s top energy, pipelines, chemicals, and metals & mining analyst for five years in a row.

She graduated from Cornell University’s undergraduate applied economics and business program with honors. She resigned from J.P. Morgan in 2013 to launch charlottesbook.com, which now has over 150,000 monthly unique visitors and has been featured in Town & Country, Allure, Yahoo, and Departures Magazine. She is now considered an expert in the beauty and skincare space.

Robin Shobin