Jehangir S Pocha Quits Businessworld

Jehangir S. Pocha has quit Businessworld .He had joined BW in March 2007. Jehangir S. Pocha has co-founced Indi Media Company Pvt. Ltd. with Vinay Chhajlani, the CEO of Hindi daily ‘Nai Dunia’ which on Friday bought INX group’s English news channel News X. Pocha is considered the brain behind the success of Businessworld.

Jehangir S. Pocha was the China correspondent for The Boston Globe. He has an MBA from Mumbai’s SP Jain Institute and a degree in media and foreign policy from Harvard University.

Businessworld is the largest selling Indian business magazine, and the only business weekly in the country.

Over a period of two decades, Businessworld has established itself as a magazine that offers incisive and high-quality reportage on economic and business affairs. In the past few years, it has focused strongly on understanding the meaning of Global India — its emerging sectors, emerging leaders and emerging concerns. Its team of journalists and domain experts cover extensively trends and movements in markets such as telecom, IT, biotech, media and pharmacy and provide exclusive analysis on infrastructure, economy and the stock markets.

Leveraging on its brand leadership, Businessworld has now moved into other media platforms like publishing and events. Its recent publications include Doing Business in Asia, The Marketing Whitebook, Understanding Behaviour, and Businessworld Mega B-School Guide Indian and International, Decide to lead, Managing Reality , Selected Case Studies. Doing Business in Asia continues to receive an enthusiastic response from senior executives in leading corporations; a recent addition being the India Biotechnology Report — a pioneering report on India’s sunrise sector.

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