Campaign India Team
Jul 27, 2015

Raj Nayak to lead Indian delegation at AdAsia 2015

Event to be held this November in Taipei

Raj Nayak to lead Indian delegation at AdAsia 2015
The Asian Federation of Advertising Associations (AFAA) has announced Raj Nayak, CEO, Colors, as the leader of the Indian delegation at AdAsia 2015. The event is to be held from 22 to 25 November 2015 at Taipei.
 
Pradeep Guha, chairman, AFAA noted, "I am very pleased that Raj Nayak is leading the Indian delegation to AdAsia Taipei. It is a great opportunity for professionals from marketing, advertising and the media to participate in Asia's premier advertising event.”
 
Nayak said, "I would like to thank my peers and colleagues in the industry and the industry body associations, who have found me worthy of this honour. AdAsia serves as the ideal platform to bring together like-minded professionals to meet, network and share ideas on a global scale, helping in the overall growth and development of the community at large. I would urge my friends from the industry to try and send as many delegates from their organisation to represent India in its full strength.”
 
Bipin R Pandit, chief operating officer, The Advertising Club, added, “AdAsia, a biennial event, is one of the events most looked forward to within the advertising community. With the Indian market evolving constantly, AdAsia serves as the perfect platform for industry leaders to come together to showcase Indian campaigns that have potential to create global impact. We are happy to have Mr. Raj Nayak lead the delegation in Taipei this year; his knowledge and expertise in the M&E industry is unparalleled and under his leadership, the very huge Indian delegation will surely emerge as the frontrunners at the congress.”
 
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Campaign India

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