Campaign India Team
Oct 28, 2021

Mansi Darbar to exit IN10 Media Network

Is network VP - corporate strategy and development at the company

Mansi Darbar to exit IN10 Media Network
Mansi Darbar, network VP – corporate strategy and development at the IN10 Media Network has stepped down from her post. She will be leaving the media company by January 2022.
Darbar  had joined IN10 Media Network in January 2020. She headed the launch of the network’s first GEC channel, Ishara, which was launched in March 2021 and kids’ entertainment channel, Gubbare, in November 2020.
Aditya Pittie, managing director, IN10 Media Network, said, “Mansi has played an integral part in our network’s growth journey and we are grateful for her valuable contribution to the business. I thank her for her efforts and wish her good luck for the future.”    
Darbar said, “As a determined and a passionate professional, I love building businesses and when the opportunity came knocking, I took on the challenge. It has been an overwhelming journey to be a part of the expansion process from EPIC to IN10 Media Network. I would like to say a heartfelt thank you to Aditya for believing in me. And wish the very best to the network for all its future endeavors.”
In a career spanning 13 years she has also worked with Applause Entertainment and ALTBalaji. 
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