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Asianet News Network's Chinta Shyamsundar to start his own e-commerce venture

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Asianet News Network's Chinta Shyamsundar to start his own e-commerce venture

CEO and Executive Director of Asianet News Network, Chinta Shyamsundar announced his exit from the company in order to start his own e-commerce business that will focus on apparel and gifting vertical. Besides this, he will also delve into business consulting and setting up media assets.

Commenting on his future plans, Chinta Shyamsundar said, “It has been a very fulfilling experience with Asianet News Network and I will take with me fond memories of building this brand. With every end there is a new beginning and the same way I am about to venture into e-commerce that I have been very passionate about. In the current scenario the international live music business has gained tremendous traction and I am looking at entering that segment as well.”

During his six year tenure, Shyamsundar created value for the media assets of Asianet News Network and have spearheaded the company’s objective in developing focus and credibility of the brand coupled with sustained growth.

Through his 25 year career, Shyamsundar has been the CFO and COO of Jupiter Media and Entertainment prior to becoming the Executive Director and CEO at Asianet News Network. He also held the position of Head Controlling at the Bengaluru International Airport.

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