HP Snapfish To Tie-up With Indiatimes.com For Online Photo Service Snapfish, HP's online photo service alongwith indiatimes.com have announced the launch of a co-branded online Photo Center. Users can now print, share and store photographs and can order for photo gifts online. Snapfish last year as reported in Medianama has a similar tie-up with online retailer Indiaplaza.in. Snapfish charges Rs. 2.95 per 4X6 sized prints. Snapfish was acquired by HP in 2005. Bangalore based Picsquare which was acquired by Infibean is another such online photo printing portal. (Read more) Former Rediff CFO Joy Basu Joins iYogi Joy Basu, former Chief Financial Officer of NASDAQ listed Rediff.com has joined iYogi, a direct to consumer and small business remote computer tech support provider. Basu will be part of the Global Executive Management team. Prior to Rediff, he has held senior positions in the Sterlite, Tata and RPG Groups. iYogi is a company funded by SAP,Canaan and SVB. (Release) Anand Singh Is Sales Head, BIG Online Network Reliance Entertainment has roped in Anand Singh, previously Business Director at Havas Entertainment India, as the head of online advertising sales for Bollywood and Film for the four portals under the label BIG Online Network. Singh will report to Murtuza Kagalwala, Business Head, Video-on-Demand, BigFlix.com. The company has clarified that he will not be heading sales across sectors and will only handle Bollywood and film ad clients for the Big Online Network, which includes websites: BigFlix.com, Bigadda.com, Zapak.com and BigOye.com. The Big Online Network claims to collectively reach 4 crore unique visitors in India…
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