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Sumeet Dubey joins Fork Media Group's - Inuxu Digital Media Technologies as Chief Business Officer

By afaqs! news bureau , afaqs!, New Delhi | In Media
Published : May 14, 2019 05:15 PM
He will report to Rohit Bagad, Inuxu's Chief Executive Officer.


Inuxu Digital Media Technologies, based in Pune, announced the appointment of Sumeet Dubey as Chief Business Officer. Based out of Mumbai, Sumeet will report to Rohit Bagad, Inuxu's Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

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Sumeet is a media Industry veteran with overall 15+ years of experience in leading big ad sales teams. Sumeet has been selling regional language audience and advertising solutions to brands and agencies since a decade. Prior to joining Inuxu he was associated with Oneindia, India's largest multilingual publisher. During his successful 8 year tenure at Oneindia (Greynium Information Technologies Private Limited) he lead a sales team of 30 from scratch, including establishing processes and ensuring entire sales sustenance and growth. He also worked with 123 greetings and Webdunia prior to joining Oneindia.

"I have witnessed remarkable growth of adgebra in the last 3 years. No one comes close to offer the kind of multilingual advertising solutions adgebra offers to marketers." said Sumeet Dubey. "I along with my team members at adgebra across India will ensure that every brand and agency is empowered with adgebra's solutions and help their brands and clients get maximum reach. Adgebra's path to glory is incomplete without success of its clients."

Samar Verma, CEO & Founder of Fork Media Group (majority stakeholder in Inuxu) said, "We have always been strong believers of the regional story and our acquisition of Inuxu a couple of years back is a strong indicator of the same. Inuxu today operates as one of the largest vernacular native platforms in the country with a scale of 10 billion impressions monthly, delivering about 5 lakh clicks, per day. We are also the only platform that drives about 80% of its revenue from DIY "