We study geodesically convex (g-convex) problems that can be written as a difference of Euclidean convex functions. This structure arises in several optimization problems in statistics and machine learning, e.g., for matrix scaling, M-estimators for covariances, and Brascamp-Lieb inequalities. Our work offers efficient algorithms that on the one hand exploit g-convexity to ensure global optimality along with guarantees on iteration complexity. On the other hand, the split structure permits us to develop Euclidean Majorization-Minorization algorithms that help us bypass the need to compute expensive Riemannian operations such as exponential maps and parallel transport. We illustrate our results by specializing them to a few concrete optimization problems that have been previously studied in the machine learning literature. Ultimately, we hope our work helps motivate the broader search for mixed Euclidean-Riemannian optimization algorithms.