India Tourism Review Team (Key Members)

Rajesh Arora, Business Head

Rajesh brings his 16 plus years of experience in Media Sales, Relationship Management and Key Account Management to India Tourism Review contributing a progressive role by implementing and strategizing the sales for the online property, events & other services. He has worked in lead roles at Cyber India Online Limited and ITNation (now part of UTV) in the management of advertising sales and marketing. An alumnus of FMS, DU, he has rich exposure across media platforms and verticals. Rajesh can be reached at arora@indiatourismreview.com


 

Sanjay Gupta, Editorial Consultant

Sanjay Gupta is a writer and editor with over 18 years of experience with several leading media companies in India, including Cyber Media, The Times of India Group, 9.9 Media and The Indian Express Ltd.
In addition, Sanjay has been part of a couple of failed start-ups—and counts those stints not as failures but invaluable lessons in the journey called life. He has just finished work on his first book, a non-fiction in the mind-body-spirit genre titled Strings of the Soul (http://facebook.com/stringsofthesoul).
A graduate of Hans Raj College, Delhi University, Sanjay holds a post-graduate diploma in Journalism from Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. He lives in Delhi with his wife, two children and no dogs (yet). thinksanjay@gmail.com


 

 

 

 

Atul Verma, Business Development Manager

Atul has five plus years of sales experience in selling of financial products, started from the grass-root level and soon catapulted to the managerial role. His last assignment was with HDFC Bank, as a Sales manager, he was responsible for sales of 4 branches for retail liabilities. Prior, he has held sales leadership positions at ICICI, Future Generali & Sharekhan ltd. Atul can be reached at atul@indiatourismreview.com

 


 

Swati Chowdhary, marketing executive

I am embarking my career as a marketing executive with India Business Media Review. I have completed my graduation from Delhi University and also holds a Diploma in Interiors Designing from YMCA. I have also got a Diploma in ECE and has worked with Ryan International School as well. I love to watch movies,do photography, enjoy reading and travelling.swati@indiahospitalityreview.com

 


 

Shradha Sharma, Content Writer

I have worked as a content writer for a brief period of time in an E- learning firm where I learnt to unleash my creativity and express through writing. With a post- graduate diploma in PR and Event management, I have joined IBMR as a marketing executive in order to explore and learn more. Apart from this, I have a keen ear for music and love to spend time in reading a lot of stuff like novels, Indian history, media and politics. I hope and look forward to diversify my knowledge by contributing to this team in future.

 


 

Ratnika Swami, correspondent

Ratnika Swami is a correspondent with India Digital Review. She brings to the team two years of experience in the fields of Marketing and Event Management. She started her career as a PR executive and Content Writer in 2012.As a post graduate in Marketing and Advertising she has a good overall knowledge of the media world. And at India Digital Review, Ratnika handles the overall news content rolling out in our daily newsletter.She did her Bachelors in English Literature from Delhi University. In her spare time she loves to travel, read Russian classics and listen to Kishore Kumar and R.D Burman songs. She is also fond of learning new languages and is currently learning German. ratnika@indiadigitalreview.com

 


 

Jyoti, Correspondent

Jyoti is starting her career as a correspondent with India Tourism Review and India Hospitality Review. As the correspondent, she covers all the movements in outbound tourism and hospitality industry. She has recently completed her post graduation in English Literature from Lady Shri Ram College of Women. She is acutely interested in studying international relations. When not interviewing tourism & hospitality professionals and studying current trends, she likes to spend time studying South- Asian literature and write short stories. jyoti@indiatourismreview.com