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Krishna Tewari joins Infomedia as GM, Publishing

10-May-2005
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Krishna Tewari joins Infomedia as GM, Publishing

Infomedia India has appointed Krishna Tewari as General Manager - Publishing overseeing the special interest magazines division. Infomedia, India's largest special interest publishing house with leading brands like Overdrive, IC-Chip, Better Photography, Search and the recently launched Better Interiors, is looking to expand aggressively in the space.

Another new recruit is Sajith Pai, who will oversee Business Development & Corporate Planning. Both Tewari and Sajith will report to Prakash Iyer, Managing Director of the company.

Tewari will oversee all the special interest titles and associated events of the group such as AV Expo, Engineering Expo, Overdrive Awards etc. He brings with him over 15 years of experience in marketing and independently managing businesses. Prior to joining Infomedia India, he was associated with The Times of India group as Deputy General Manager responsible for the B2B business. He has also worked with the Jasubhai group where he was General Manager of the publishing business. Tewari is an engineer from REC Suratkal and an MBA from IRMA Anand.

Welcoming Tewari into the Infomedia team, Iyer, said, "We are confident that with his experience in managing magazines and a track record of building successful properties, Krishna will spearhead our publishing business to great heights."

About the latest publication from the group, 'Better Interiors' aims to be informative, imaginative and attractive. With simple layouts and colorful images it will surely provide readers quality content on current relevant topics in interior designs keeping them involved month after month with all the News N' Stuff in interiors. The 144-page monthly specialist will be available at stands for Rs 50.

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