At The #NAMA Conference, held in Delhi on October 10th 2012, Times Internet CEO Satyan Gajwani spoke with us about the evolution of Times Internet Ltd and building independent businesses, the concept of synergy when it comes to BCCL, whether they'll give equity in their businesses, how the change in strucuture impacts people in the company, monetization of businesses like Gaana, why there's a focus on product, how they're going to be a technology business, how Mobile operators need to work with content providers, what he likes about Saavn and Dhingana, and his take on FirstPost.com. On whether Times Internet is really becoming a product company or is still a content company: click here. On working with mobile operators click here. On FirstPost.com, Dhingana and Saavn: click here. * #NAMA Conference Sponsors & Partners: Presenting Sponsor : Times Internet Ltd Gold Sponsor : One97 Communications Silver Sponsor : OnMobile Global Associate Sponsors : Quikr, GoIbibo, E2E Networks, Flipkart, Hazel Media, Octane Marketing, Mouthshut.com, Comscore Partners: BoringBrands, Doodlewala, Headstart, iStream, ProductNation, Sparklin
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