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India.com promotes Sandeep Amar to CEO

10-February-2016
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India.com promotes Sandeep Amar to CEO

India.com has elevated Sandeep Amar, to be its new CEO. He has spent more than 20 years in the industry and has a rich experience working for corporate companies as well as start-ups. Apart from playing leadership roles in top internet firms, Amar has been an entrepreneur, speaker and leading blogger in the Indian digital ecosystem.

Prior to India.com, he has been with Times Internet as the  Head of Marketing. He had joined the Times Group’s internet division as the Marketing head of Times Business Solutions, besides leading the marketing divisions of Simplymarry.com and Ads2book.com. In 2009, Amar was made head of marketing and audience at Indiatimes. His work experience also includes stints with Zee Telefilms, Citigroup, and Hindustan Times.

He has successfully and passionately been involved in mobile, internet and enterprise-wide applications, where he has managed P&L, business strategy, business development, sales and marketing, product management, online marketing and operations. Amar has successfully taken ideas and strategies to market that resulted in millions of users and millions of dollars in revenue in highly competitive sectors like online and digital industry, TV, print, banking and finance.

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