Campaign India Team
Sep 18, 2018

The Ad Club re-elects Vikram Sakhuja as its president

The core committee remains unchanged

The Ad Club re-elects Vikram Sakhuja as its president
The Advertising Club today announced the list of its managing committee members for the year 2018-19.
Vikram Sakhuja, Group Chief Executive Officer, Media and OOH, Madison Communications was re-elected as the President of the Ad Club. The other leadership positions remained unchanged from the previous year with Ajay Kakar, CMO-Financial Services, Aditya Birla Group as Vice President; Shashi Sinha, CEO, IPG Media Brands as Secretary; Mitrajit Bhattacharya, Founder & President, The Horologists, as Jt. Secretary and Bhaskar Das, Executive President, Dainik Bhaskar Group as Treasurer.
Sakhuja said: “Leading an industry body with such rich legacy as that of the Ad Club has been an enriching experience. Over the past one year, we have focused all our initiatives towards recognising excellence, driving thought leadership, being a repository for marketing & advertising and attracting young talent into the industry.” 
This year’s list of managing committee members include leaders from the media and marketing industry. The list is mentioned as below:
Managing Committee Members
Aditya Swamy
Ajay Chandwani
Nandan Srinath
Partho Dasgupta
Pradeep Dwivedi
Punitha Arumugam
Rohit Gupta
Raj Nayak (Immediate Past President)
Co-opted members
Partha Sinha
Ramesh Narayan
Vikas Khanchandani
Special Invitees
Sapangeet Rajwant
Sonia Huria



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