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Our revenues will touch Rs 1,000 crore by March 2017: Gautam Sinha, CEO of Times Internet

Sinha said that health tech is a big gap that the media company want to fill in the next 3-4 years

Vanita Kohli-Khandekar  |  New Delhi 

Times Internet Limited (TIL), the digital arm of the Times Group, claims that it will grow by 45 per cent to cross Rs 1,000 crore in revenues by March 2017. Even at the current Rs 690 crore it remains the largest digital media firm other than Google India. Times claims to have 175 million active users across 35 sites such as Magicbricks, Times of India, gaana and Cricbuzz. Vanita Kohli-Khandekar spoke to CEO Gautam Sinha on the details underlying those numbers. Edited excerpts. Could you give a break up of the Rs 690 crore and the 175 million users? There are three big ...

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Our revenues will touch Rs 1,000 crore by March 2017: Gautam Sinha, CEO of Times Internet

Sinha said that health tech is a big gap that the media company want to fill in the next 3-4 years

Sinha said that health tech is a big gap that the media company want to fill in the next 3-4 years Times Internet Limited (TIL), the digital arm of the Times Group, claims that it will grow by 45 per cent to cross Rs 1,000 crore in revenues by March 2017. Even at the current Rs 690 crore it remains the largest digital media firm other than Google India. Times claims to have 175 million active users across 35 sites such as Magicbricks, Times of India, gaana and Cricbuzz. Vanita Kohli-Khandekar spoke to CEO Gautam Sinha on the details underlying those numbers. Edited excerpts. Could you give a break up of the Rs 690 crore and the 175 million users? There are three big ... image
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Our revenues will touch Rs 1,000 crore by March 2017: Gautam Sinha, CEO of Times Internet

Sinha said that health tech is a big gap that the media company want to fill in the next 3-4 years

Times Internet Limited (TIL), the digital arm of the Times Group, claims that it will grow by 45 per cent to cross Rs 1,000 crore in revenues by March 2017. Even at the current Rs 690 crore it remains the largest digital media firm other than Google India. Times claims to have 175 million active users across 35 sites such as Magicbricks, Times of India, gaana and Cricbuzz. Vanita Kohli-Khandekar spoke to CEO Gautam Sinha on the details underlying those numbers. Edited excerpts. Could you give a break up of the Rs 690 crore and the 175 million users? There are three big ...

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