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Rajeev Beotra exits Star India

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Rajeev Beotra exits Star India

Rajeev Beotra, President of Ad Sales at Star India, has moved on from his current role. Confirming the news to exchange4media, he said, “I have recently resigned and I am serving my notice period.”

He further informed us that he will be joining his new organisation in January. Though Beotra did not clarify his future plans, a source told us that Hindustan Times could possibly be a likely destination. Beotra had joined Star India from Hindustan Times in January 2014 after spending more than eight years at HT.

He has spent nearly three years in Star India. Prior to joining HT, he had worked with Avon Beauty Products, Whirlpool, Coca-Cola and Asian Paints.

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