Campaign India Team
Jul 10, 2008

Manajit Ghoshal appointed CEO, Midday Infomedia

Manajit Ghoshal has been appointed CEO of Midday Infomedia, which is a newly formed subsidiary company of Midday Multimedia that will include the print and dotcom business of the group. Ghoshal’s mandate will be to continue Midday’s multi-city and multi-media expansion plans. He will continue to be the CFO for the entire Midday group.  Manajit joined the Midday group six years ago as CFO and was also made part of the strategic board of the company.  

Manajit Ghoshal appointed CEO, Midday Infomedia

Manajit Ghoshal has been appointed CEO of Midday Infomedia, which is a newly formed subsidiary company of Midday Multimedia that will include the print and dotcom business of the group. Ghoshal’s mandate will be to continue Midday’s multi-city and multi-media expansion plans. He will continue to be the CFO for the entire Midday group.
 
Manajit joined the Midday group six years ago as CFO and was also made part of the strategic board of the company.
 
Tariq Ansari, chairman, Mid Day Multimedia said on the development, “Midday is already a national brand with a clear local focus, and we have plans to enter new markets within the country soon. This requires a change in mindset both internally and externally. Manajit’s experience with strategy and implementation at Midday, make him the ideal candidate to help us deliver the multi-city, multi-media plans for the business.”

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Campaign India

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