Campaign India Team
Dec 02, 2009

Ad Club of Bombay organises 'Consumer is the New Devil'

The Ad Club of Bombay has organised 'The Consumer is the New Devil', an interactive dialogue that aims to address the challenge Indian brand marketers face -- the consumer. The session will be held on Thursday, December 3 at 6.15 pm in the Ball Room of the JW Marriott, Mumbai.     

Ad Club of Bombay organises 'Consumer is the New Devil'

The Ad Club of Bombay has organised 'The Consumer is the New Devil', an interactive dialogue that aims to address the challenge Indian brand marketers face -- the consumer. The session will be held on Thursday, December 3 at 6.15 pm in the Ball Room of the JW Marriott, Mumbai.     

Participating in the dialogue are Vikram Sakhuja, CEO - South Asia, GroupM, Agnello Dias, chief creative officer, Taproot India and Sanjay Purohit, executive director - marketing - India, chocolate category - Asia, Cadbury India. All three experts will broadly offer their perspective on the changes in the consumer society seen in 2009 and what one may expect in 2010.     

The session will be moderated by Sunil Lulla.

Donor passes are available for Rs. 500 for Gold Members and Rs. 700 for Silver Members. The event will be followed by cocktails and dinner.

For further information and passes, please visit www.adclubbombay.com, call 022 23813034 / 0213 or email adclub@vsnl.com.

Source:
Campaign India

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