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MSN India's SN Bhaduri to join HT online as VP, e-Business

31-May-2005
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MSN India's SN Bhaduri to join HT online as VP, e-Business

SN Bhaduri, Head, Digital Marketing, Revenue, MSN India, has put in his papers. He is all set to join HT online as the Vice President, E Business in July.

Speaking to exchange4media, Bhaduri said, "The profile is extremely challenging. At this stage of my career, I see a huge potential in taking up this role which will give me ample amount of challenges."

Bhaduri who spent four and a half years with MSN India, said, "The experience with MSN India has been tremendous. I have spent one of the best years of my career with the organisation."

With a fourteen years experience in the media industry, Bhaduri started off his career with The Times of India where he spent eight years in different divisions. After that he moved to ESPN where he was handling distribution for the Delhi, UP and Rajasthan region for three years. He also had a brief stint with Indiatimes.

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