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Raju Sarin joins as Head of Mogae Plus

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Raju Sarin joins as Head of Mogae Plus

Raju Sarin has joined as Head of Mogae Plus, the sales division of Mogae Media that handles monetization for FoodFood TV, Gaon Connection newspaper, and Reliance Retail activations. He will be based at the company’s Gurgaon HQ.

Sarin is a media industry marketing and sales veteran with over two and a half decades of experience of product launches, revenue expansions and new business development. He has worked as Publishing Director with Living Media, The India Today Group for the business division magazines like Business Today, Harvard Business Review, Men’s Health etc., Publisher for Mail Today, CEO with Media Transasia, managing over 20 magazines in India and Bangkok, Business Head of HT Media Magazine division, and Regional Head of MTV. He was most recently working as Senior Advisory Consultant at Entertainment News Communication Group ENC.  

Sarin is a Chartered Accountant and an MBA from FMS, Delhi University.

Commenting on his new role, Raju Sarin said, “We are building a young and competent team at Mogae Plus to help a larger number of third party brands reach the market more effectively.”

Tanya Goyal, Executive Director of Mogae Media said, “Raju is a seasoned professional. He brings both width and depth to Mogae Plus. We are constantly being approached by third party brands to lend the strength of our sales force to them. Raju is being charged to do just that.”

Joining Sarin as Head of West and South operations of Mogae Plus is Sonali Ayyer. She has 24 years plus of varied experience holding leadership positions in TV and Print media. After a stint at Zee TV, she has represented TV Asia and Sun Network (US Beam) and Imagine Movies (UAE beam) to brands in the past.


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