Campaign India Team
Mar 13, 2018

Goafest 2018: Adland to keep calm and do yoga with Baba Ramdev

The speaker line up this year includes Patanjali Ayurved's Baba Ramdev, banker Rana Kapoor, sportspersons Sania Mirza and Jonty Rhodes

Goafest 2018: Adland to keep calm and do yoga with Baba Ramdev
The organising committee of Goafest has announced the speakers for this year's festival.
The festival will be opened with sessions featuring Baba Ramdev and Rana Kapoor, MD and CEO, Yes Bank. 
Day two will feature sessions from Rosie Yakob (Genius Steals), Sparsh Shah (child artist), Cameron Worth (SharpEnd), Tim Castree (Wavemaker), Dean Donaldson and Jonathan Tavss (Kaleidoko), Jonty Rhodes (former South African cricketer) and Sidharth Malhotra (Bollywood actor).
On day three, Samuel Akesson (Forsman & Bodenfors), Sania Mirza (Indian tennis player), Wain Choi (Chief Creative Officer at CJ K-Valley), Amelia Conway and Ramaa Mosley (Adolescent) and Nawazuddin Siddiqui (Bollywood actor).
Ashish Bhasin, chairman, Goafest 2018 and VP, Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI), said, “Our endeavor continues to be create a festival experience that is inclusive and delivers an immersive ideas exchange platform. This year we have a versatile and inspiring line up of speakers, each who have been who have  been thought leaders in the categories. Listening to their success stories is sure to provide learning enrichment  and significant value to all festival goers.” 
Goafest 2018 will be held between 5-7 April at Grand Hyatt, Bambolim. 
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