Campaign India Team
Oct 01, 2019

Punit Goenka re-elected as IAA India Chapter's president

Megha Tata is vice president

Punit Goenka re-elected as IAA India Chapter's president
Punit Goenka, managing director and chief executive officer, Zee Entertainment Enterprises, has been re-elected as the president of the India Chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA).
Megha Tata, managing director, Discovery South Asia has been elected as vice president. She takes over from IPG's Shashi Sinha. 
The other office bearers are:
  • Jaideep Gandhi (Hon. Secretary)
  • Pradeep Dwivedi (Hon. Treasurer)
  • Ramesh Narayan (Immediate Past President)
The members elected to the managing committee are:
  • Abhishek Karnani (Free Press Journal)  
  • Anant Goenka (Indian Express Group) 
  • I. Venkat (Eenadu Group)
  • Janak Sarda (Deshdoot) 
  • M.V. Shreyams Kumar (Mathrubhumi Group) 
Goenka said, "IAA will continue to invest its time and energy in addressing key industry level interests, in order to enhance the overall professional ecosystem. As one team, we will continue to roll out our Intellectual Properties, with an enhanced focus on regional markets. As an institution, we will also continue to play an important role in espousing cause related initiatives, which are in line with our ethos of "what's good, is good for business. It has been a wonderful experience serving such an esteemed institution and I look forward to working closely with its members for the second term. I shall continue to seek their support and co-operation and wish them all the very best.”
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