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MSM Media Distribution featured in India’s Top 50 companies to work for

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MSM Media Distribution featured in India’s Top 50 companies to work for

MSM Media Distribution, a subsidiary of Multi Screen Media (Sony Entertainment Network) ranked 31st on the list of Top 50 India’s best companies to work for in 2015 by research organisation Great Place to Work Institute India in association with the Economic Times.

The company was the only one from the TV industry to feature on the list.

Speaking on the occasion, N P Singh, Chief Executive Officer, Multi Screen Media and Chairman of the Board, MSM-MD said, “I am elated to see my team resonate the vision I envisaged for MSM MD and work towards making it a reality. MSM MD culture is built around exceptional people, and there’s nothing more rewarding than hearing that our colleagues feel deeply connected to the organisation on an emotional level.”

Hema Malhotra, Director, Human Resources, MSM Media Distribution commented, “It's indeed a privilege to be featured in Great Places to Work. Trust is the single most important ingredient in making a workplace great.  This recognition from GPTW is extremely encouraging and motivating for our continuous efforts towards becoming the most preferred workplace for the associates as well as potential talent.”

Rajesh Kaul, President, MSM Media Distribution added, “We have always believed that we are a great company and this accolade further validates the same. The credit for this recognition goes to our entire team which very clearly is the best in the industry.” 


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