Campaign India Team
Aug 05, 2014

Nima Namchu among speakers at Spikes Asia 2014

He will speak on ‘Communicating to Two and a Half Indians’

Nima Namchu among speakers at Spikes Asia 2014

The Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity has released the programme of seminars for this year’s Festival, scheduled for 23 to 26 September 2014.

Representing India on the list is Nima DT Namchu, chief creative officer, Cheil India. His session is titled 'Communicating to Two and a Half Indias’.

Also among speakers is Amir Kassaei, global chief creative officer, DDB Worldwide. His talk will focus on how the power of influence can change the way people think, behave and purchase. 

Other speakers include Carter Murray, worldwide CEO, FCB; Jean Lin, global CEO, Isobar; and Ted Royer, chief creative officer, Droga5.

Representatives from Twitter, Google and YouTube will also participate in sessions, informed a Spikes Asia statement. 

Andrea Hayes, festival director, Spikes Asia, said, "With 40 seminars taking place, Spikes Asia is the essential destination for anyone in the industry wanting to stay ahead of the game. This region is culturally diverse and complex and Spikes Asia offers a unique platform to learn, test and develop ideas through our unmissable regional and global speaker line up, masterclasses and networking opportunities."

Registrations are now open. For more details visit


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