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Senthil K. Naidu of Times Group joins Images Group as VP

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Senthil K. Naidu of Times Group joins Images Group as VP

Images Group has taken on board Senthil K. Naidu as Vice-President. He moves from The Times of India Group, where he was Group Head, 360 degrees. He spearheaded the first IPR of ENIL, the Smart Living Awards 2006. He was also closely associated with the first ever FMCG awards, the Consumer World Awards, for AMGF Intercorp Ltd.

Senthil will play a crucial role in enhancing the top line and bottom line of Images Group by spearheading the new business division that will explore opportunities in various media with respect to new B2B verticals. The group is already an established player in the retail and fashion domain.

Pallav Moitra, Director & COO, Images Group, said, “It gives me great pleasure to welcome Senthil on board. We are committed to provide specialty multimedia services through a multi-channel approach encompassing media, both print and digital, sector-specific business events and a specialty research and intelligence wing.”

Senthil has more than 11 years’ experience in media, retail and IT across various organisations.


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