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Subramanyan takes over as Jasubhai Digital Media President

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Subramanyan takes over as Jasubhai Digital Media President

Jasubhai Digital Media announced on Monday that it has appointed L. Subramanyan to the position of President and Publishing Director.

“Subu has built outstanding brands and organisations, and we recognise the breadth and depth of his contributions to the technology publishing and software services industries,” said Maulik Jasubhai, CEO and Publisher, Jasubhai Digital Media. “In his new role, he will continue to be a very important and valuable contributor in driving strategy and to the continued success of Jasubhai Digital Media,” he said.

“I’m very excited about the opportunities ahead for Jasubhai Digital Media,” said Subramanyan. “We’ve got a great team, outstanding partners and are well positioned in the industry. I look forward to working with Maulik to help serve our readers, clients, partners, and build stakeholder value,” he added.

Subramanyan holds a bachelor's degree in Commerce and is an MBA from IMT Ghaziabad, specialising in Marketing Management. He was the chief editor of Dataquest and its associated publications group for over 10 years. He has also been a market researcher at International Data Corporation (India) and the editor of technical magazines such as PC Quest.

He was also associated with TVS Finance and was managing the Venture Capital Fund of the group, besides heading the group initiatives in eCommerce. Prior to joining Jasubhai Digital Media, Subramanyan was Head Marketing and Strategy at Zensar Technologies Limited.


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