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Manoj Agarwal joins Dainik Bhaskar as State Head of Rajasthan

19-July-2007
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Manoj Agarwal joins Dainik Bhaskar as State Head of Rajasthan

Manoj Agarwal has joined the Bhaskar Group as State Head of Rajasthan for Dainik Bhaskar. He will be responsible for the marketing, sales and revenues of the group’s publications in Rajasthan. He will be based in Jaipur. Prior to joining the Bhaskar Group, Manoj Agarwal was with the logistics major Gati as Chief of Marketing and Customer Services.

Pawan Agarwal, Director, Bhaskar Group, said, “Dainik Bhaskar is the leader in Rajasthan, with 1.1 crore readers. This has been made possible due to the innovative marketing strategies and product enhancement done the last year, like the all-colour Jaipur edition, reader-centric content, international standard printing technology, superior layout and paper quality, along with the circulation drive. In fact we have substantially grown in the last six months in terms of copies. Now with Manoj as State Head and Kalpesh Yagnic as State Editor, Dainik Bhaskar expects faster growth in the region. With his cross-segments experience, knowledge, business acumen and demonstrated capabilities of leading large teams. Manoj will act as a catalyst in this growth phase.”

“It is very exciting to be a part of the media industry where there is action every moment. It is even more exciting to be a part of an aggressive group like Bhaskar. I initially look forward to consolidate our leadership position in Rajasthan and then grow,” said Manoj Agarwal.

Manoj Agarwal has 20 years’ experience in marketing, and has handled assignments in verticals like sales, operations, brand architecture, PR, communications, BTL activities and customer services. He holds a postgraduate degree in Economics, and MBA in Marketing, Sales, and Operations.

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