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Spenta takes over publication of AIMA’s Indian Management

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Spenta takes over publication of AIMA’s Indian Management

One of the oldest and well recognised periodicals, Indian Management by AIMA will be published by custom publishing house, Spenta Multimedia.

Rekha Sethi, Director General, AIMA, said, “AIMA is pleased to entrust Spenta Multimedia with taking forward the distinguished legacy of Indian Management. Founded in 1961, Indian Management is one of the oldest management journals in the country and it remains the benchmark for contemporary management literature for entrepreneurs, executives, academics and students. AIMA is confident that the editorial team at Spenta Multimedia will raise the bar for management reporting and analysis in Indian Management and offer the subscribers an even better reading experience.”

The magazine’s primary mission has been to decode the art and science of management for corporate decision-makers, entrepreneurs, b-school students and the public at large. It features in-depth articles on core management concepts, conversations with policy makers, business leaders and management gurus, case studies on best practices of successful companies and best-in-class articles from global and Indian management schools.

Maneck Davar, Chairman, Spenta Multimedia, added, “Spenta Multimedia is proud to be associated with the AIMA and Indian Management. The magazine comes with a rich managerial legacy and represents the cream of management thinkers, entrepreneurs and professionals. In the present economic environment of rapid and inclusive growth, the practice of management — in every sphere, not just corporate — will be an important tool in realising the ambitious growth agenda of this government. Spenta Multimedia is committed to improve the highest standards of quality which Indian Management has espoused all these years and make it the bible of management in the Indian context.” 


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