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Daya Prakash, CIO of LG Electronics joins Grey Head Media as Director on board
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Monday 29 April 2013
Grey Head Media, a start up Media organization functioning in the Enterprise Technology Media space and fulfilling the information and knowledge needs of the CIO community in India, has announced the joining of Daya Prakash, CIO of LG India Electronics and a senior technology and business leader, as a full-time Director on the Board. Daya Prakash joins Grey Head at a time when the company is completing its second year in business. Grey Head registered a robust 100 percent year-on-year growth in FY 2012-13.

Apart from driving the overall growth of the company, Daya's primary responsibility will be to help position DynamicCIO.com, the flagship brand of Grey Head media, as a full circle, 360 degree knowledge platform for the CIO community in India and beyond. The key areas of growth that Daya will specifically drive include Education, Research and Consulting.

Daya brings with him 17 years of rich industry experience. He is an MBA in Finance and a Masters in Computer Management (MCM) and also pursuing his PhD from Sharda University. He is a certified Project management Professional (PMP). In his last role, Daya was the Head of IT, LG Electronics India Pvt. Ltd. He has been at the forefront of LGEIL's IT operations and is responsible for implementation of latest technologies, business process innovation to enhance organizational competitiveness. Daya Prakash was associated with LG since 2001.

The growth in the industry and business has put forth some typical challenges for the CIOs in India. The information needs, knowledge dissemination etc. need to be dealt with a different dimension. In today’s context, the typical media models are fast becoming obsolete and ineffective. There is a need for fresh perspective and outlook. By getting Daya on board as a full time Director, Grey Head will be able to fill up that vacuum. I am very confident that our offerings to the CIO community will put us on a very different pedestal now,” said Rahul Neel Mani, Co-founder and Director, Grey Head Media.

“Grey Head Media is a young organization. Associating with it at this stage will be a fulfilling experience. With my exposure as a CIO and knowledge of the user side of challenges, I am confident that we shall be able to offer unique, valuable programs to the community that don’t exist today,” said Daya Prakash.

Grey Head is a new media company that serves niche communities and their business interests. To achieve this, we broke away from the barriers of traditional models and started offering highly interactive peer-to-peer knowledge sharing.At the core, it provides innovative and sustainable solutions that are focused on their specific needs.

 
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