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DNA’s Tejash Kothari calls it quits

02-January-2015
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DNA’s Tejash Kothari calls it quits

Tejash Kothari, AVP Marketing at DNA - Diligent Media Corporation Ltd, Mumbai, has put in his papers after nearly spending five years at DNA.

Kothari, who joined DNA in July 2010, leverages for ten years of industry experience. His previous stints include Gini and Jony and Texport Garments.

At DNA, Kothari spearheaded marketing function and was responsible for national marketing, brand management, product management, build loyalty - reader connect and engagement, strategic and tactical alliances and create as well as manage intellectual properties for brand.

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