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Infomedia India appoints GM & Business Head for New Media Initiatives

29-May-2007
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Infomedia India appoints GM & Business Head for New Media Initiatives

Infomedia India has appointed Devashish Mondal as the General Manager and Business Head for New Media Initiatives. He was earlier with SET Discovery as the Assistant Vice President, where he was heading the Business Development function. In his new role, Mondal will spearhead the development and monetisation of new media platforms like the Internet, e-commerce, telephony and short-code business.

An official communiqué informed that Mondal has 12 years of cross-functional experience and that he has worked in the new media and the Internet domain for more than six years. Prior to joining Infomedia, in addition to SET Discovery, he has also worked with organisations like Indiatimes.com, Marubeni Corporation, ICI India and Reliance Industries.

Prakash Iyer, Managing Director, Infomedia India said, “Internet, e-commerce, telephony and short-code are the businesses of the future. Devashish’s techno-commercial expertise plays a key role in galvanising our existing efforts in the new media domain. We welcome him to the company and wish him all the best.”

Mondal has been responsible for the implementation and deployment of the e-commerce business model in his earlier assignments. He was also instrumental in setting up the ad-sales operations for web properties, and managing telecom revenues and alliances.

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