Campaign India Team
Jan 23, 2012

Maheshwar Peri steps out of Outlook Group; Indranil Roy to take charge

Peri will now focus on his own publishing venture, Pathfinders that he had launched in 2009

Maheshwar Peri steps out of Outlook Group; Indranil Roy to take charge

Maheshwar Peri, publisher, Outlook Group and president, Outlook Publishing, has decided to step down from his day to day roles at the group and concentrate on his own publishing venture, Pathfinders. The company, launched in 2009, at present publishes titles such as ‘Careers 360’ and ‘Education 360’. Indranil Roy, president, Outlook Group, will take charge from Peri, whose term is scheduled to end by March 2012.

Commenting on his decision to exit the group, Peri said, “I have been associated with the group for a long time now, and though I will not be as involved as before, I will continue to be associated with the group in the capacity of a mentor.” 

Peri has been associated with the group since the launch of Outlook magazine in 1995. Roy will now lead all the titles under the group. He has been based in Mumbai until now, and will now move to Delhi from April. 
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