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CVL Srinivas quits as Director of Private Treaties

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CVL Srinivas quits as Director of Private Treaties

CVL Srinivas has put in his papers as Director, Private Treaties, an innovative venture of Bennett Coleman and Company Ltd that was set up to leverage the long experience and wide reach of the Times Group to create value for its clients through strategic partnerships. Srinivas had joined the venture in March 2008.

Confirming the development, Srinivas said, “The reason I have quit is because I have multiple exciting career options that I am evaluating. However, I have not yet decided on my next destination.”

He had earlier worked as CEO of SureWaves, a new generation media convergence company for almost a year. He was also with Maxus as CEO, Asia Pacific, for three years. Prior to Maxus, he was with Madison as COO, North and South, for five and a half years. He had also worked with Fulcrum for four years, and Lintas (now Lowe) for a year. Srinivas had begun his career with the TVS Group in Bangalore, where he had spent two years.


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