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Times Internet appoints Gulshan Verma as Chief Revenue Officer

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Times Internet appoints Gulshan Verma as Chief Revenue Officer

Times Internet has announced the appointment of Gulshan Verma as Chief Revenue Officer. As CRO, Verma will be responsible for the strategic definition, direction, and management of our cumulative revenue opportunities. He has worked in media and more specifically digital media companies across Europe, North America and Asia for the past decade.

Before joining Times Internet, Verma worked with Outbrain, where he was responsible for managing the Outbrain business for India and South East Asia. Before Outbrain, he was Chief Revenue Officer of Komli Media. And prior to that, he worked as Director of Sales Strategy and Director of Product Marketing for Yahoo! in India and the US. Gulshan has also worked as a consultant for McKinsey & Co in their Los Angeles office, and IMG, the Sports Management Group.

Verma is an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, and a Masters and Bachelors from the London School of Economics. He also holds two patents in search monetisation.

Satyan Gajwani, CEO Times Internet said, “I’m excited to welcome Gulshan Verma as Chief Revenue Officer, Times Internet. I’m optimistic that with his direction, we’ll see our revenues grow faster than ever before.”

Verma said, "I am looking forward to contributing & adding value to the team. Times Internet  can be among top three “ must buy" digital players in India due to its combination of unique assets and scale in India that make it relevant to the business community.” 

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