Campaign India Team
Aug 05, 2008

Star studded line-up for Media Review tomorrow

The Advertising Club Bombay is hosting the annual Media Review. It will take place tomorrow at Taj Lands End, Bandra, Mumbai at 6.45 pm. This year’s event will have a discussion on Media: Unstoppable or unsustainable.The panellists for the evening include Sam Balsara, chairman and managing director, Madison; Shashi Sinha, CEO, Lodestar Universal; Vikram Sakhuja, COO, Group M South Asia and Ravi Kiran, CEO South East and South Asia, Starcom MediaVest Group and CEO, Asia, specialist services, Starcom MediaVest.

Star studded line-up for Media Review tomorrow

The Advertising Club Bombay is hosting the annual Media Review. It will take place tomorrow at Taj Lands End, Bandra, Mumbai at 6.45 pm. This year’s event will have a discussion on Media: Unstoppable or unsustainable.
The panellists for the evening include Sam Balsara, chairman and managing director, Madison; Shashi Sinha, CEO, Lodestar Universal; Vikram Sakhuja, COO, Group M South Asia and Ravi Kiran, CEO South East and South Asia, Starcom MediaVest Group and CEO, Asia, specialist services, Starcom MediaVest.
With this kind of interesting line-up of speakers, you surely don’t want to miss this event. So, if you want to attend the event, you can get your passes from Advertising Club Mumbai. Call up to book your passes at 23894091 or email adclub@vsnl.com.
 

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Campaign India

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