Times Internet (TIL) has claimed to have emerged among the biggest advocates of women users of the digital medium, aiding the adoption of online products and services for more than 129 million women across India - cutting across every age, income, geographic and social boundary.
The group’s strong and diversified product portfolio has helped inform, engage and entertain its diversified female audience for decades, said TIL in a press statement. “Backed by leading online news and information brands such as The Times Of India, Economic Times, Navbharat Times, iDiva, Indiatimes and Whatshot, each serving at least 1.5x more female audiences as compared to their nearest competitors, Times Internet is proud to be one of the biggest aids to women demanding quick and easy access to reliable news and information consistently.”
Commenting on the group’s aspiration to serve more women in the near future, Gautam Sinha, CEO, Times Internet, stated, “Over the last couple of years, as we have become the custodians of some of the most relevant and influential tech-led products in the country, our products have enabled us to serve an increasingly larger female audience. It’s heartening that our brands are loved and followed by hundreds of millions of women today, and we are humbled to be able to be a part of the growth stories of so many women - serving them premium products that make a difference in their lives. Our employee base and leadership team have been improving in gender diversity and each one of us takes this responsibility very seriously.”