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Mudra Max' L S Krishnan joins Sakal group as Business Head

29-October-2010
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Mudra Max' L S Krishnan joins Sakal group as Business Head

L S Krishnan has joined Sakal Media Group as Business Head, Publications, on October 18, 2010. Prior to joining Sakal, Krishnan was working with Mudra Max as President. Krishnan will now be responsible for managing and improving the overall operations of the publications from the group and will also be involved in controlling the support functions such as HR, Finance and Events. Krishnan will be reporting to Abhijit Pawar.

Krishnan is an Economics graduate with Masters in Marketing Management from JBIMS, Mumbai and has an experience of around 22+ years in media spanning sales, event management, client servicing and media buying. He has worked in various organisations such as Mudra Communications, Group M and The Times of India group.

Sakal Media group is an independently owned media business in Maharashtra having a regional newspaper, magazines, internet publishing and a regional general entertainment channel.

 

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