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Time Inc names Alwar Rajagopalan as president of India ops
MUMBAI: Amercian media company Time Inc has named Alwar Rajagopalan as the president of its India unit.
Rajagopalan, a finance and accounting veteran and former VP of business process services of Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, will oversee the expansion of the company’s growing Bengaluru operation.
He begins his new role on 19 February and reports to Jeff Bairstow, Time Inc’s chief financial officer and head of international operations.
“Raj is a strategic and highly respected leader with a proven record for setting up and running successful global operations,” said Bairstow. “Given his executive management experience, Raj is the right choice to lead Time Inc India as it continues to play a bigger role in our company. We are thrilled to welcome him to our family.”
Rajagopalan said, “I am very excited to lead Time Inc India and continue to expand the capabilities of the Bangalore operation. There is enormous potential for us to become a more integrated and optimised asset for Time Inc.”
Time Inc India is a wholly owned subsidiary of Time Inc, one of the world’s leading media companies. The company’s global in-house centre, located in Bengaluru, provides global sourcing through processes within analytics, finance, technology, operations and shared services.
The technology-driven company provides analytics around consumer retention, sales, advertising, supply chain management and finance for the more than 100 influential brands of Time Inc, such as Time, People, Sports Illustrated, InStyle, Real Simple, Southern Living, Entertainment Weekly, Fortune, Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine, and Cooking Light.