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Malcolm Mistry puts in his papers at DNA

14-July-2014
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Malcolm Mistry puts in his papers at DNA

As confirmed by industry insiders, Malcolm Mistry, has put in his papers at DNA in his role as CEO. Mistry had joined DNA in November last year, and leverages rich experience of two decades in the print media industry, which includes Indian Express group and the India Today Group.

He has spent more than 11 years at India Today and was working as Publishing Director, India Today Group before he left. As Publishing Director he was responsible for India Today and all its language publications, Business Today and Readers Digest, amongst others. During his tenure, magazines such as India Today Spice, India Today Home, India Today Woman, India Today Aspire, and Robb Report were launched.

Mistry was also the chief architect of the sales synergy process and created a unified sales team across the various brands.

He quit the India Today Group in 2012 and began his own entrepreneurial venture named Ushta Te HR Consultancy Services to provide recruitment solutions across key verticals like media, advertising and luxury.

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