Campaign India Team
Mar 29, 2010

Breaking news: Goafest 2010 returns to Cavelossim Beach

The Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) and The Advertising Club Bombay (ACB) have announced the change in the venue for this year's Goafest 2010. The festival will be held at Cavelossim Beach and not Utorda Beach as was earlier announced.Last minute developments over the venue that unfolded over the weekend have made the AAAI go back to Cavelossim which hosted Goafest since the past few years.

Breaking news: Goafest 2010 returns to Cavelossim Beach

The Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) and The Advertising Club Bombay (ACB) have announced the change in the venue for this year's Goafest 2010. The festival will be held at Cavelossim Beach and not Utorda Beach as was earlier announced.

Last minute developments over the venue that unfolded over the weekend have made the AAAI go back to Cavelossim which hosted Goafest since the past few years.

The dates of the festival however remain unchanged - April 8 -10. The Industry Leadership Conclave will be held on the 8th, followed by the Media Abbys on the 9th and Creative Abbys on the 10th.

This year's Goafest will see international speakers like Richard Pinder, COO, Publicis Groupe; George Michaelides, global leader invention, Mindshare; Jan Leth, vice chairman, Ogilvy Digital Creative among others.

Source:
Campaign India

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