DB Corp Limited (DBCL), the print media company and home to flagship newspapers Dainik Bhaskar, Divya Marathi and Saurashtra Samachar, has announced key restructuring in its corporate sales and marketing division.
Reema Datta, who has been instrumental in leading Delhi-Gurgaon to date, has been moved to Bangalore with immediate effect as Head of South to strengthen the South team and drive the markets in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Datta has been associated with Dainik Bhaskar group since 2008, working in various lead sales roles in Delhi-NCR.
On the appointment as South Head, Datta said, “I am quite excited about the new role and looking it as a great opportunity to expand my boundaries and to explore and learn. With all the fruitful experience gained in the northern market over a long period of time, I am looking forward to connect with southern customers. I wish I will have gainful engagement for the organisation, partners and self.”
Atul Talegaonkar, who is leading the Gurgaon Commercial team, has been promoted as Head for Gurgaon and will take over from Datta. He has been associated with Dainik Bhaskar group for over 17 years.
Talegaonkar said, "I am thankful to the management for reposing faith in me. My vast experience in the industry will help me to contribute in this new role and as a team we are committed to deliver despite the current challenging economic environment.”
Commenting on the key appointments, Satyajit Sengupta, Chief Corporate Sales & Marketing Officer, DB Corp Limited, said, “Reema Datta and Atul Talegaonkar have been core team members at Dainik Bhaskar group for several years. They both are senior industry leaders having strong leadership qualities with proven business development and execution skills. This internal restructuring of their roles aligns with our strategy as we look to strengthen our leadership team and steadily grow our pan-India presence. As we enter a critical phase this financial year, we need to ensure that all our segments performs together to reach desired targets. We wish all the best to both Reema and Atul for their new roles.”