Campaign India Team
Jan 23, 2024

Goafest 2024: Dates announced

To be held between 29-31 May

Goafest 2024: Dates announced
The Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) and The Advertising Club have announced that the 17th edition of Goafest will be held between 29-31 May 2024.
 
To be held at the Grand Hyatt, the three-day festival will host the Abby One Show Awards.
 
Prasanth Kumar, president, Advertising Agencies Association of India, and CEO of GroupM, South Asia, said, “Goafest has firmly established itself as the pinnacle of creative celebrations in South Asia, uniting the foremost talents in the creative and marketing realms. Our goal is to offer our industry peers an immersive experience over three days filled with learning, meaningful engagement, interactivity, and curiosity.”
 
Rana Barua, group CEO, Havas India, South East, and North Asia, and president, The Advertising Club, added, “Every year, The Abby One Show Awards at Goafest stand as a testament to the biggest and most prestigious awards in the Indian advertising industry, celebrating innovative and groundbreaking ideas. Once again, I invite the brilliant minds of Indian advertising to join the celebrations and embark on an exciting journey at Goafest 2024, where creativity takes the spotlight."
 
Jaideep Gandhi, chairperson, Goafest 2024, said, “Persistently, Goafest has progressed and pioneered, solidifying its status as the foremost advertising festival in India. From insightful knowledge-sharing sessions to featuring distinguished speakers, we are confident in welcoming global guests who will significantly contribute to the industry, particularly benefitting younger professionals. I would also like to mention that Mohit Joshi, CEO, Havas Media has very kindly agreed to join me as co-chair and contribute immensely to take this event to greater heights.”
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