Campaign India Team
Sep 10, 2009

Caroline Marshall and Raj Nayak launch the Campaign India A List

The Campaign India A List was launched last evening at the Grand Hyatt in Mumbai by Caroline Marshall, executive editor, Brand Media, Haymarket Media and Raj Nayak, CEO, NDTV Media.We would like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to all of you who made it to the event.

Caroline Marshall and Raj Nayak launch the Campaign India A List

The Campaign India A List was launched last evening at the Grand Hyatt in Mumbai by Caroline Marshall, executive editor, Brand Media, Haymarket Media and Raj Nayak, CEO, NDTV Media.

We would like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to all of you who made it to the event.

The Campaign India A List is a compilation of the most influential people in the advertising, marketing and media business and has been produced  with the support of NDTV Media. The photographs from the event will be available on our site on Friday. Those who are not registered readers of Campaign India, contact alist@campaignindia.in to buy a copy of the Campaign India A List.

(Pictured left to right: Caroline Marshall, executive editor, Brand Media, Haymarket Media and Raj Nayak, CEO, NDTV Media.)



 

 

 

 

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Campaign India

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