Campaign India Team
Feb 12, 2009

81% don’t care if Lowe and O&M bunk Goafest

That’s one of the findings in Campaign India’s dipstick survey conducted immediately after the announcement that Goafest 09 is very much on and that the dates for this year’s edition would be announced shortly. Log on to campaignindia.in for updates on all Goafest related developments. What should be most heartening is the resounding belief in Goafest as an appointment for Indian adland. Slowdown or no slowdown, Goafest should be held, say 84% of our registered subscribers who chose

81% don’t care if Lowe and O&M bunk Goafest

That’s one of the findings in Campaign India’s dipstick survey conducted immediately after the announcement that Goafest 09 is very much on and that the dates for this year’s edition would be announced shortly. Log on to campaignindia.in for updates on all Goafest related developments. What should be most heartening is the resounding belief in Goafest as an appointment for Indian adland. Slowdown or no slowdown, Goafest should be held, say 84% of our registered subscribers who chose
to respond to our e-mail survey. All the responses should be music to the ears of the harried organisers of Goafest this year.

Source:
Campaign India

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