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Jashubhai Media re-launches MM magazine

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Jashubhai Media re-launches MM magazine

Jashubhai Media plans to re-launch and re-name MM to ‘Industry 2.0’. MM magazine focuses on technology for the manufacturing sectors. This is the second magazine from the erstwhile JV of Jasubhai and Vogel-Verlag of Germany which will be discontinued and re-launched.

The first magazine to have been discontinued and re-launched was CHIP and renamed DIGIT. According to the company the magazine is doing well and its ad revenues has gone up by 30 per cent.

The company is in the process of streamlining its operations and has dispensed with the services of some staff, particularly those concerned with IT functions.


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