Campaign India Team
Mar 15, 2012

Goafest 2012: Amir Kassaei, Prof. John Philip Jones and Rishad Tobaccowala announced as speakers

They will be speaking at the Goafest 2012 Knowledge Seminars

Goafest 2012: Amir Kassaei, Prof. John Philip Jones and Rishad Tobaccowala announced as speakers

The Goafest Committee has announced three speakers for the Goafest 2012 Knowledge Seminars: Amir Kassaei, chief creative officer, DDB Worldwide, Rishad Tobaccowala, chief strategy and innovation officer, VivaKi, and Prof. John Philip Jones, emeritus professor at the Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University, New York.

On the lineup, MG Parameswaran, member of GoaFest the Committee said, “We have lined up a galaxy of globally renowned speakers with an interesting mix of creative, branding, digital and media experts for the Knowledge Seminar this year. We conducted a survey last year and realized that the young delegates wanted Goafest 2012 to cover all aspects of communication at our seminars. Hence we left no stone unturned to get the best speakers to enrich and enlighten young minds this year.”

“To reiterate our promise of having a bigger and better Goafest 2012, we have brought the best minds from across the globe to be a part of the fest and engage in conversation through their thought provoking ideas and discussions. I am certain that these speakers will add immense value to our event,” added Arvind Sharma, chairman, Goafest Organising Committee.

Goafest 2012 will be held from 19-21 April 2012. 

Campaign India

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