Campaign India Team
Jul 29, 2014

IAA Conversations: Sir Martin Sorrell to meet Arnab Goswami in Mumbai

Third edition featuring the WPP CEO and Times Now editor-in-chief will be hosted on 18 August

IAA Conversations: Sir Martin Sorrell to meet Arnab Goswami in Mumbai

The third edition of IAA Conversations will see WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell engaged in discussion by Times Now editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami in Mumbai on 18 August.

The event will be hosted at the ITC Grand Central Hotel in Mumbai from 3.30 pm.

“We find the IAA Conversations offering an excellent opportunity to engage two well known media professionals in a meaningful dialogue on wide-ranging professional and personal topics. Sir Martin Sorrell, is one of the most important powerful media professionals in the world and our own Arnab Goswami is one of the most popular faces of news television in the country,” said Srinivasan K Swamy, president, India chapter and VP - development, Asia Pacific, IAA.

Dr Bhaskar Das, chairperson of the event, said, “Both Sir Martin Sorrell and Arnab Goswami are great to listen to. And now when they sit together at the IAA Conversations, we are sure to not just have a lively session but also see some interesting insights coming up. People who follow ‘Frankly Speaking with Arnab’ will see a similar program but in a live format. An open-to-audience Q&A will follow the discussion.”

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