Compass launches magazine for dealers

DQC Bureau
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In a recent move to address dealers' concerns in Kolkata and create

technological awareness among its members, Compass has now come up with its

in-house publication.


“After the elections last year, we thought of taking out a quarterly magazine

to address our members. So we formed a publication cell to take the lead and

came up with the idea of the Compaper gradually,” said Rakesh Sharma, Editor,

Compaper and Proprietor Sea Infonet.

The magazine will consist of 16 pages of editorial content in a tabloid

format. The association has also created a special committee, the Publication

Cell headed by Sharma to publish the magazine. Avinash Bagaria of Kolkata-based

Vikas Udyog will also be part of the cell.

“In the magazine, we will talk about the latest technologies, explain the

concept of recycling and technicalities related to a product and most important

of all, we will publish the names of defaulters, if any, to warn other dealers,”

Sharma added.


While Compass has come up with this idea and won the appreciation of many,

there are still some dealers in Kolkata who are not very happy. While some

dealers complained that they are not getting a copy of Compaper on a regular

basis, others raised issues related to Compass itself.