Campaign India Team
Sep 01, 2009

Infomedia18 launches Indian edition of Entrepreneur

Infomedia18, the publishing arm of Network18, has announced the launch of the Indian edition of business magazine Entrepreneur. Slated to be on stands from the first week of September, Entrepreneur has been licensed by Infomedia18 from Entrepreneur Media Inc, the publishers of the U.S. magazine. Entrepreneur's Indian edition will be edited by Bipin Chandran.

Infomedia18 launches Indian edition of Entrepreneur
Infomedia18, the publishing arm of Network18, has announced the launch of the Indian edition of business magazine Entrepreneur. Slated to be on stands from the first week of September, Entrepreneur has been licensed by Infomedia18 from Entrepreneur Media Inc, the publishers of the U.S. magazine. Entrepreneur's Indian edition will be edited by Bipin Chandran.

Speaking about the launch, Lakshmi Narasimhan, CEO, magazine publishing, Infomedia18 said, "In today’s market place, India’s small businesses with its 42 million (plus) business units offer the biggest opportunity across the globe. Infomedia18 sees this as the opportune time to launch a business magazine to become a part of this important ecosystem.”

“Our vision is to continue extending our expertise to as many viable regions as possible, serving as the market leader to help support the social and economic benefits of entrepreneurship worldwide. We are delighted to invite a whole new audience to experience Entrepreneur and all it has to offer,” said Peter Shea, chairman and publisher, Entrepreneur Media Inc.

Entrepreneur’s India edition is aimed at every Indian businessperson — those in existing ventures and those who need the nudge to become an entrepreneur. The magazine intends to fill the void in every Indian entrepreneur’s life.

 

Source:
Campaign India

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