Campaign India Team
Oct 13, 2009

India Nite to take place at AdAsia09

AdAsia09 will be celebrating an India Nite in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on October 24. The main purpose of the India Nite is to show case India's capability in the field of advertising. The Indian delegation will be headed by Raj Nayak, CEO, NDTV Media.

India Nite to take place at AdAsia09

AdAsia09 will be celebrating an India Nite in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on October 24. The main purpose of the India Nite is to show case India's capability in the field of advertising. The Indian delegation will be headed by Raj Nayak, CEO, NDTV Media.

Commenting on the India Nite programme, Madhukar Kamath, president, Advertising Agencies Association of India and chairman of the organising committee, AdAsia11 (pictured), said  that with the next Congress scheduled to  be held in New Delhi,  the India Nite would be an opportunity to showcase the Congress theme and invite delegates to come to India. Kamath said the Advertising Council of India has commenced its planning to host the event in 2011 in the capital city. It may be recalled that AdAsia03 had been organised in Jaipur.
 
“India has made tremendous progress in advertising and media in the last couple of years and AdAsia09 will be a great opportunity for all advertising, media professionals to learn from the progress made by different countries in the advertising profession”, said Raj Nayak, CEO, NDTV Media.
 
With only 10 days to go for the Congress, The Advertising Club, Mumbai has made arrangements for registration and also worked out special discounted travel packages for individuals and corporates to participate in AdAsia09.

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