Campaign India Team
Feb 15, 2012

Delegates from 15 countries expected to attend ad:tech 2012

ad:tech begins on February 22 in Gurgaon

Delegates from 15 countries expected to attend ad:tech 2012

ad:tech 2012 begins next week in Gurgaon at Hotel Leela Kempinski and delegates from 15 countries are expected to attend the conference.

The event is being held over three days instead of two days earlier, and has an agenda of insightful keynotes, panel discussions, workshops and networking opportunities.

Commenting on ad:tech 2012, Rammohan Sundaram, event chairman, ad:tech India and founder, chief executive officer, managing director, Networkplay Media said, “This year is going to be a big game-changer for India in the digital marketing arena, and ad:tech is proud to be at the forefront in bringing the very best of minds together on one platform. Global digital heads of top brands like Nestle and Pepsi among over 90 expert speakers from India, APAC and the world – it doesn’t get any bigger than this! If you are in digital marketing, you can’t afford to miss ad:tech at any cost.”

Commenting on the portfolio of people coming down to India to attend ad:tech, Sundaram said, “Apart from India, we already have confirmations from delegates and speakers of as many as 15 countries, including USA, UK, Singapore, Australia, Japan, Indonesia, Singapore and Korea”.

Source:
Campaign India

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