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Network18 braces up revenue function with new appointments

15-September-2016
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Network18 braces up revenue function with new appointments

Network18 has appointed Amit Tripathi as National Revenue Head for Government Sales & Non metro markets and Sandhya Dhar as Vice President – Focus Sales (Branded content of the network). The media conglomerate has been strengthening its revenue team since past few months after Joy Chakraborthy took over as President- Revenue for TV18 and CEO-Forbes India in May 2016. 

Commenting on these appointments, Chakraborthy said, “I am pleased to welcome Sandhya and Amit to Network18 family and I firmly believe that such talent will continue to strengthen the revenue proposition of our group and provide greater momentum to the sales function.”

Tripathi has Over 21 years of experience in areas of Sales, Marketing & Business Development. Prior to joining Network18, he was the Chief Operating Officer and National Sales Head at Focus News. Prior to that he was the Chief Executive Officer at Cent Percent Media. He has also served as the National Sales Head at Zee News in the past.

Dhar  has over 17 years of experience in sales. Prior to joining Network18, she was the Asst. Vice President & Sector Head (BFSI & HealthCare) at ET Edge (Times Conferences Limited). She was associated with Bennett Coleman & Company for over a decade in different roles of brand building and sales.

Tripathi will report to Joy Chakraborthy and Dhar will report to the national head Focus sales, who reports to Chakraborthy.

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