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Jun 27, 2014

ACI picks six young pros for AFAA Fast Track

Natasha Dingra, Saudamini Junnarkar, Yogesh Mehta, Mayukh Guha Thakurta, Rose Ann Francis and Naina Rajpal will be sponsored to attend the programme in Malaysia this July

ACI picks six young pros for AFAA Fast Track
The Advertising Council of India (ACI) has picked the six winners who it will be sponsoring for a 'Fast Track' programme curated by the Asian Federation of Advertising Associations (AFAA). 
 
It will be run in Kuala Lumpur between 10-13 July 2014.
 
The six professionals were selected by a process involving short-listing from entries received in response to a nation-wide contest followed by an interview-process conducted in multiple cities. 
 
The winners are:
  • Natasha Dhingra, Aidem
  • Saudamini Junnarkar, Lowe & Partners
  • Yogesh Mehta, Ceat India
  • Mayukh Guha Thakurta, Creativeland Asia
  • Rose Ann Francis, Purplemango 
  • Naina Rajpal, Geek 
Pradeep Guha, chairman, AFAA, said, “We see this effort as our way of helping develop talent and ultimately enriching our industry. We were planning on sending four professionals, but the quality of the applicants was so good, we ended up selecting six. I am personally glad they represent the diversity that exists in the communications industry and am confident they will have a great experience."
Source:
Campaign India

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