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Mail Today appoints Amit Gupta as CEO

06-April-2015
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Mail Today appoints Amit Gupta as CEO

Amit Gupta has joined Mail Today as CEO. He will be reporting to CEO of India Today Group Ashish Bagga. Gupta joins Mail Today from HT Media where he was Chief Operating Officer of Mint.

He has also held the position of Head Media Marketing (West & South) for the print products of HT Media. Based out of Mumbai, he delivered a 20% plus growth besides using marketing solutions for increasing client engagement.

Amit Gupta has extensive experience in delivering revenue, business & brand development, building client and agency relationships, marketing, events and managing operations.

Gupta has also worked as Director, Marketing and Communications at ING Vysya Life Insurance and Product Manager at Britannia.

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