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Satyam Joshi puts in his papers at BCCL

31-July-2013
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Satyam Joshi puts in his papers at BCCL

Satyam Joshi, Dy. Chief Manager – Brand, Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd has quit. Joshi was part of the Times Group for nine years.

Joshi was actively involved in the language business and was heading marketing for Delhi edition of Navbharat Times, Sandhya Times and Economic Times (Hindi) since the last six years.

He is leaving to explore new ventures. “The entrepreneurial spirit in me has been kindled and I look forward to set up a new project in the near future,” he said.

Prior to joining Navbharat Times, he was a key member in setting up the ‘non-traditional revenue stream’ for Radio Mirchi – popularly known as Mirchi Activation.

Joshi is a management alumnus of ENPC, Paris (Ecole Nationale Des Ponts Et Chasuses), and has a vast diversified experience of 13 years in sales and marketing.

Joshi has worked with diverse companies such as ICICI Bank and Bombay Dyeing, wherein he was responsible for building the channel and improvising distribution, shared an official release.

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