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Dipanjan Chowdhury elevated as National Business Head at I-next

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Dipanjan Chowdhury elevated as National Business Head at I-next

I-next, the compact daily in bilingual format from Jagran Prakashan Ltd, is beefing up its business team in keeping pace with its fast growth across the markets. I-next is now seven editions strong, having footprints across mini-metros of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

Shailesh Gupta, Director Marketing, Jagran Prakashan Ltd, said, “As part of this growth drive, Dipanjan Chowdhury has been promoted as National Business Head for I-next. He will be based in New Delhi.”

Commenting on his new responsibility, Chowdhury said, “I am really looking forward to it as there is an immense opportunity for this genre of newspaper. I-next has a distinct advantage with its unique positioning and the first mover advantage in these markets.” He will be providing innovative solutions to clients’ advertising communication needs.

Prior to this promotion, Chowdhury had a four-year stint at Jagran’s Bangalore office, handling the business development responsibilities for whole of Karnataka. In the past, he had worked with The Times of India and ABP Group.


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