Campaign India Team
Feb 11, 2020

Pradeep Dwivedi joins Eros International Media as CEO

Was previously CEO at Sakal Group

Pradeep Dwivedi
Pradeep Dwivedi
Eros International Media has announced the appointment of Pradeep Dwivedi as chief executive officer. Dwivedi was previously CEO at Sakal Group.
At Eros, he will be responsible for managing business growth and operations of the company along with commercial negotiations and representations.
Kishore Lulla, executive director, EIML and executive chairman and CEO, Eros International Plc, said, “We are delighted to have Pradeep Dwivedi joining us as CEO at Eros India. His energy, leadership credentials and relationships across multiple industries and deep understanding of media and technology business will be an asset in driving our growth. I am looking forward to working with him in successfully executing our strategy.”
Dwivedi said, “The Indian media and entertainment industry is poised for rapid transformation in the digital era and Eros India, with its strong legacy and innovative vision of Kishore Lulla, is all set to take advantage of the enormous market opportunities ahead. This provides a significant springboard to lead large-scale creation of value and business transformation. I am keen to work with all our stakeholders to accelerate growth and further success in the next exciting phase of its journey.”
He has also worked with Dainik Bhaskar Group, Tata Teleservices, American Express, GE Capital, Standard Chartered Bank and Eicher Motors.
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