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9.9 Media appoints RR Giridhar as Group Editor for ‘Industry 2.0’ & ‘Logistics 2.0’

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9.9 Media appoints RR Giridhar as Group Editor for ‘Industry 2.0’ & ‘Logistics 2.0’

9.9 Media has brought in R Giridhar as Group Editor for two of its business publications – ‘Industry 2.0’ and ‘Logistics 2.0’. Giridhar has more than 18 years of experience in both B2B and B2C media products and has spearheaded the design and development of a number of print and electronic editorial products – from concept through design, execution, delivery and feedback management. These include print magazines, websites, newsletters, supplements, DVDs and CD-ROMs.

Commenting on Giridhar’s appointment, Dr Pramath Sinha, Managing Director, 9.9 Media Group, said, “As a seasoned editor, who has worked both overseas and in India, Giridhar brings with him unique experiences and skills that we are looking to leverage into our business publications.”

Earlier in his career, Giridhar has been Editorial Director at IDG India, Editor-in-Chief of Electronic Engineering Times, Asia, and founding Editor of Information Communications World. He is qualified as an engineer and has a post-graduate degree in management. He is also a recipient of the CASE Media Fellowship to Syracuse University, USA.

9.9 Media is one of India’s fastest growing diversified media companies that offers high-quality, timely knowledge and insights to targeted consumer, business and professional communities through magazines, websites, events, and peer groups.

‘Industry 2.0’ is a monthly magazine on strategy and technology for the manufacturing industry, while ‘Logistics 2.0’ focuses on transportation, supply chain management, and logistics.


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