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Rajeev Boetra quits HT as National Head, Revenue & Circulation

06-December-2013
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Rajeev Boetra quits HT as National Head, Revenue & Circulation

Rajeev Boetra has put in his papers as National Head, Revenue and Circulation, Hindustan Times. Benoy Roychowdhury, Executive Director, HT Media has confirmed the news to exchange4media.

Boetra had joined HT Media in 2005. He has over 20 years of experience in managing sales of large business conglomerates across consumer durables and FMCG industries.

In his corporate journey, Boetra has worked with Asian Paints, Coco-Cola, Whirlpool and Avon Beauty Products, where he was heading sales and marketing in senior leadership roles. At Coco-Cola, he had also headed the Events and Promotion Division for Delhi & Mumbai.

Prior to joining HT Media, he was National Director – Sales & Business Operations at Avon. His key strength has been growing businesses across domestic Indian territories as well as neighbouring countries.

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