Campaign India Team
Feb 27, 2018

Partner Content: Dosa to bridge the data divide

The three city event is an attempt to get an insight into data-led thinking at the highest level of marketing decision makers

Partner Content: Dosa to bridge the data divide

Food for thought will take an all new meaning from March 7-21, 2018. 

As a four-part series, CMOs in Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru will meet over breakfast to speak about the usage of data in marketing.

The exclusive event will see a select group of 12 CMOs only in each session. A healthy mix of CMOs across industry sectors will bring the required wealth of expertise into the discussion helping participants leverage best practices from across businesses.  

Called 'Coffee, Conversation, Dosa and Data', the series is a platform to showcase success stories and table the road-blocks marketers face today, especially in finding an authentic audience. This session also aims to understand the true meaning of people-based marketing in India. 
 
The events will be held in partnership with vserv

To make your reservation click on this link or call Avinash Bhakre on +91 9930351282 or e-mail: avinash.bhakre@haymarket.co.in

Source:
Campaign India

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