Campaign India Team
Sep 12, 2011

Campaign India A List 2011: A preview

A sneak peek into the Campaign India A List 2011 brought to you by Dainik Bhaskar Group

Campaign India A List 2011: A preview

Here is another sneak peek into some of the names on the list, and their thoughts on what have been the best perks they have enjoyed on the job.

 

Deepika Warrier

 Deepika Warrier,
 Marketing director – beverages, PepsiCo India

 Brain’s always stimulated and buzzing with ideas. Also, working with fantastic    people.      

     

 

 

Sandip Tarkas

Sandip Tarkas,
 President (Customer Strategy), Future Group and Chief executive officer, Future  Media

 Additional responsibilities and opportunities of working on some new and truly  path breaking projects, some of which were about jumpstarting something new while some others were about turning around a great idea gone bad during execution.

 

 

Sandeep Aurora

 Sandeep Aurora,
 Director-Marketing, Intel South Asia.

 Not wearing a tie to work...

 

 

 

zarina mehta

 Zarina Mehta,
 Chief creative officer, Broadcasting & Interactive, UTV

 Creating new brands and making them household names.

 

 

In its third edition, the launch of Campaign India A List 2011, brought to you by Dainik Bhaskar Group, is scheduled to be held on 14 September. As is the norm, only the individuals featured in the A List are the sole invitees to the party.
 

 

Source:
Campaign India

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