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SN Sharma steps down as CEO, DEN Networks

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SN Sharma steps down as CEO, DEN Networks

SN Sharma, CEO, Den Networks has put in his papers after a seven-year stint with the organisation.

Den made the corporate announcement to Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). “Den Networks Ltd has informed BSE that S N Sharma, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Company, has resigned due to personal reasons with immediate effect,” said a statement.

Sharma was elevated to the position of CEO in 2011 and was one of the founding members of the DEN Networks. Prior to being the CEO, Sharma was the Head of Operations.

The reason for Sharma’s exit or his next destination is not yet known, though media reports suggest his decision was triggered by some personal reason.

Sharma has over 30 years of experience in his kitty. Before Den, he had worked with Hathway Cable & Datacom and Indusind Media & Communications. 


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