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Arun Tadanki

President & MD, Asia | 20 Mar 2004

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Online recruiting in India is growing at a phenomenal rate, nudging the print players in the context of recruitment advertising. Arun Tadanki, President & Managing Director, Asia, Monster, one of the most successful online jobsites in the world, says the aggregate revenue from online recruiting in the country would measure up to 20 per cent of the aggregate revenue earned from print job advertisements by year 2006. Tadanki, who shifted from JobsAhead.com two years ago to head Monster India operations, says nearly 34 lakh job-seekers visit Monster jobsite every month. He shares his views on the online recruiting industry in general and Monster in particular in an interview with Rajiv Raghunath of exchange4media.com. Following are excepts of the conversation:

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