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Network18's Gaurav Arora joins WWM as Head, Northern Ad sales

09-January-2010
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Network18's Gaurav Arora joins WWM as Head, Northern Ad sales

After a stint of nearly one and half years with Network18, Gaurav Arora has quit the company to join WWM (Worldwide Media) as Head of Northern Ad Sales. Arora will be reporting to Sohan Singh, Business Head - North India, WWM, and will be based out of Delhi.

Confirming his movement to WWM, Arora said, “I have always had a tremendous joy in working with print media and hence, I am very glad to join WWM. As the Head of Northern Ad Sales my immediate priority would be to focus on the revenue responsibilities of the existing gamut of magazines.”

At Network18, Arora was Head – North, IBN Focus, prior to which he was with Mid-Day Multimedia Ltd, where he was GM - North.

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