Rajasthan Patrika elevates Hemant Bamgude as Vice President, Marketing
Rajasthan Patrika has elevated Hemant Bamgude as Vice President- Marketing. Bamgude has over 12 years of experience in media sales & marketing and has previously held responsible positions with several top media companies.
His last assignment was as Assistant Vice president with Rajasthan Patrika, where he took up various responsible segments handling the business operations of several verticals of Rajasthan Patrika.
Commenting on the new appointment, Saurabh Bhandari, National Head Marketing, Patrika Group said, “It gives us immense pleasure to announce that Hemant has been elevated to Vice President — Marketing. He will be responsible for growth across all our business verticals; print, digital, radio and outdoor in the western region and we look forward to his contribution in sales and marketing strategies at the group level.”
Speaking about his new role Bamgude added, “I look forward to the next stage of my journey within Rajasthan Patrika. It is a great time as the group is expanding in multiple media. We acquired 14 new Radio stations and have plans for expansion in digital arena. At the same time, we will closely be working on further strengthening the dominance of Rajasthan Patrika in MPCG market.”
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