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[Podcast] Media Minds: Times Bridge senior VP Viral Jani discusses global partnerships

The global investments and partnership arm of The Times Group of India, Times Bridge has been instrumental in introducing a number of digital-led global companies, like Uber, Smule, Coursera, among others to India, giving the technology market of India a distinct edge.

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Times bridge and Malaria no more announce partnership to help end malaria in india

Times Bridge, the global investments and partnerships arm of The Times Group of India, today announced a strategic partnership with Malaria No More, a leading, global non-profit organization whose mission is to ensure no one dies from a mosquito bite.

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Wattpad partners Times Bridge to grow presence in India

Wattpad, the global multi-platform entertainment company for original stories, and Times Bridge, the global investments and partnerships arm of The Times Group, have announced a new partnership and strategic investment to grow Wattpad’s presence in India and reach new users.

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Times Bridge appoints two Twitter execs to leadership roles

MUMBAI: Times Bridge has added two more Twitter seasoned professionals to its roster. The global investments arm of The Times Group has appointed Viral Jani and Margot Ling-former executives at the microblogging site-to its leadership team.

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Times Bridge invests in MUBI streaming service

MUMBAI: The investment arm of the Times of India group, Times Bridge, and Danish film-maker Nicolas Winding Refn have invested in specialty streaming service MUBI. The terms of the deal remain undisclosed but are understood to be similar to the revised arrangements under which China’s Huanxi Media...

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