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In Conversation with Anant Srivastava Head of Content & Media, V. Resorts An MBA from ISB Hyderabad

[kulzy.com]( In Conversation with Anant Srivastava Head of Content & Media, V. Resorts An MBA from ISB Hyderabad by qualification, a Photographer & Content Media specialist by profession and a traveller at heart, Anant heads the Content & Media verticle at V Resorts. Having started his career in Consulting with Ernst & Young, Anant gav...[Read more]( [This external link will open in a new window]( [This external link will open in a new window]( [This external link will open in a new window]( [This external link will open in a new window]( [This external link will open in a new window]( [This external link will open in a new window](Kulzy91/posts) [Unsubscribe]( | [Kulzy Support]( | www.kulzy.com If you are not able to view this email [Click here]( You received this email because you’re a registered Kulzy user. © 2017 Kulzy All Rights Reserved.

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