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Three senior Cyber Multimedia managers set out on their own

10-August-2004
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Three senior Cyber Multimedia managers set out on their own

Cyber Multimedia is losing three of its senior managers. Vinayak Bhatnagar, President, Cyber Multimedia, Yogesh Wadhwa, General Manager, Business Development, and Rajan Malhotra, General Manager, Projects, are leaving the company to start their own entrepreneurial venture.

With their departure, Hoshie Ghaswalla, President-Publishing, Cyber Media group, has taken charge of Cyber Multimedia operations.

The three Cyber Multimedia executives are teaming up to set their own entrepreneurial venture in interactive language learning products. Their first business initiative will be a franchise to market BBC’s VCDs and CD-roms for interactive teaching of the English language. The venture would also go into regional language interactive teaching and is likely to leverage regional media to achieve its business objectives.

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