Campaign India Team
Feb 10, 2015

Social Wavelength's CEOs on next IAA Webinar

Webinar to be held on 12 February

Social Wavelength's CEOs on next IAA Webinar
The International Advertising Association (IAA) India Chapter's next Webinar will feature Sanjay Mehta and Hareesh Tibrewala, joint CEOs of Social Wavelength. The Webinar is scheduled to be held on 12 February 2015 at 3pm. 
Srinivasan K Swamy, president IAA India Chapter and vice president, development Asia Pacific, IAA, said, “Our objective at the IAA Webinar series is to provide an interface with leading digital media practitioners and we are delighted to have two leading entrepreneurs and pioneering digital professionals Sanjay Mehta and Hareesh Tibrewala to address the next IAA webinar. I am sure young professionals and others wanting to make a career in the social media or use it in their own companies would gain much from this interaction.” 
Abhishek Karnani, director, Free Press Journal and  Manish Advani, head – marketing and public relations, Mahindra Special Services Group will co-chair the IAA Webinar series.
Karnani said, “We are very happy to have with us Sanjay Mehta and Hareesh Tibrewala, extremely successful digital marketers, who will enlighten us with the future of digital and help us embrace digital for taking our brands to the next level."
The Webinar will be aired live on the IAA YouTube channel – from the Google Hangout Room at the Google India office in Mumbai.
Campaign India

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