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Jwalant Swaroop to move on from his role as CEO Sakal Media Group

01-October-2015
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Jwalant Swaroop to move on from his role as CEO Sakal Media Group

Jwalant Swaroop is going to move on from his role as CEO Sakal Media Group, with effect from November 1st.

An internal email sent by Abhijit Pawar Managing Director - Sakal Media Group stated “In a short period of time, Jwalant's contributions to our group have been appreciated and applauded, both within the group and the sector. Not only has he been instrumental in putting an excellent team in place; but also inducted all of them in a seamless manner to perform well and thereby compliment the Group Vision.” 

It further stated “While Jwalant has helped us establish a sound foundation for Sakal, he has also got me to actively participate in the group and interact more with the all the Business Leaders. One of his key initiatives was to identify a list of successors for various positions, which he has managed to complete in a short span of almost three quarters. This has made us ready to deliver our strategic vision and firmly placed us on the growth trajectory.”

Swaroop joined the Sakal media group  from Oshoyana Consultants where he was the CEO for a period of two and a half years. Prior to this he was the COO at Lokmat Media for more than a year. He has been previously the Director Advertising & Business Development at the same organization for more than seven years. In fact he had climbed up the ladder in Lokmat Media where he worked Group General Manager for three years and prior to that Group Advertisement Manager for close to nine years.

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