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Econnet India plans to restructure its business

05-May-2001
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Econnet India plans to restructure its business

Zee Group’s Internet portal company, Econnet India Limited, plans to restructure its business strategy. The company will now focus on entertainment based content and website development for group companies and third parties.

The portal www.zeenext.com, which is maintained by Econnet, has now been relaunched with focus on entertainment and lifestyle-related content. The move is expected to ensure better synergies with the Zee Group’s core content.

Econnet, after the restructuring, will tap new business opportunities, even as it serves as the Internet interface of the Zee Group.

Zee Group’s Internet portal company, Econnet India Limited, plans to restructure its business strategy. The company will now focus on entertainment based content and website development for group companies and third parties.

The portal www.zeenext.com, which is maintained by Econnet, has now been relaunched with focus on entertainment and lifestyle-related content. The move is expected to ensure better synergies with the Zee Group’s core content.

Econnet, after the restructuring, will tap new business opportunities, even as it serves as the Internet interface of the Zee Group.

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The aim is to advance the company’s goal of simplifying its business and drive deeper service connectivity to its clients