Campaign India Team
Dec 01, 2021

Srinivasan Swamy elected as AFAA's chairman

Announcement made during the general body meeting on 1 December

Srinivasan Swamy elected as AFAA's chairman
Srinivasan Swamy, chairman, RK Swamy Hansa Group, has been elected as chairman of The Asian Federation of Advertising Associations (AFAA).
 
The announcement was made during the AFAA’s general body meeting on 1 December 2021. Swamy has been elected for a term of four years. 
 
Swamy said, "This is a privilege not just for me but for the Indian marcom community at large. The AFAA not just hosts the prestigious AdAsia conference, but is also connected with AdStars, and runs the widely acclaimed FastTrack program where young professionals are trained and transformed in a three-day program. I look forward to making a meaningful contribution to the communications industry in Asia, as well as seeing how AFAA can work along with other global industry Associations and further the cause of professionalism." 
 
AFAA is represented in India by the Advertising Council of India (ACI) whose members are The Advertising Club, Advertising Agencies Association of India, the India Chapter of International Advertising Association, Indian Broadcasting and Digital Association and the Indian Society of Advertisers. 
 
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