Sunday Guardian owner Kartikeya Sharma, is one of the youngest entrepreneurs in the country when it comes to the media industry and is running his company successfully while giving his competitors a run for their money.
He is quite a visionary, being an Oxford University graduate with a post-graduate degree from King’s College London. He is able to apply his high-quality education to his work quite efficiently. As a result, Kartikeya Sharma’s Sunday Guardian has become one of the fastest growing English newspapers in India in no time. He understands that a newspaper cannot function without having an online presence, so great emphasis is placed on the digitization of the newspaper as well.
He is also the owner and founder of the iTV Network, which owns the English newspaper Sunday Guardian and the Hindi newspaper Aaj Samaaj. Moreover, he is the proud owner of two successfully running TV channels, NewsX (an English language channel) and India News (a Hindi language channel). He clearly understands the importance of running channels or newspapers in both languages.
Kartikeya Sharma Sunday Guardian is part of the wider iTV Network, which is known to be one of the top media companies. Plus, the man himself is known as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in India. In fact, in 2016, Kartikeya Sharma was named as the News Television CEO of the Year for 2016 at the ENBA awards, which is an award ceremony for Indian news broadcasting.
Apart from being a full-time businessperson, his other passion remains sporting leagues. Thus, he is also the proud owner of ProSportify and owns the Pro Wrestling League, which is similar to the famous IPL (International Premier League) and includes both local Indian and international players.