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Sanjay Sharma joins The Sunday Guardian as COO

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Sanjay Sharma joins The Sunday Guardian as COO

The Sunday Guardian has augmented its leadership with a key appointment.  Sanjay Sharma has joined The Sunday Guardian as the Chief Operating Officer.

In his new role, Sharma will be spearheading Sales & Marketing function along with The Sunday Guardian’s forays in other markets.

Commenting on the new appointment, Kartikeya Sharma, Founder & Promoter, iTV Network, said, “The Sunday Guardian is delighted to have Sanjay on board.  His rich experience will help the Sunday’s best read and underline its commitment to its valued reader to provide a wide horizon of information, entertainment, opinion and fine reading.” 

On joining The Sunday Guardian, Sharma said, “I am delighted to be part of the iconic Sunday Guardian and I look forward to working closely with the team, in positioning it as the most preferred Sunday read.”

Sharma has a rich experience of over three decades in Sales & Marketing, Advertising, Branding, Marcom and Corporate Communications.  His foray into the media happened with his entry into the Hindustan Times Group.  In past Sanjay was associated with Ansal API, Simbhaoli Sugars, Jindal Photo Films (Fuji Films) and Indian Airlines.  He has also worked as a casual English newsreader with the All India Radio and is currently a visiting faculty with the leading Mass Communication Institutes. He is an alumnus of the Indian Institute of Mass Communications (IIMC).

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