Campaign India Team
Jun 10, 2020

The Advertising Club announces digital debate series

Called Vice and Versa, the series will kick off on 20 June

The series features Josy Paul, Agnello Dias and Santosh Desai
The series features Josy Paul, Agnello Dias and Santosh Desai
The Advertising Club has announced the launch of a digital debate series, Vice and Versa. The three part series will see the fraternity debate on subjects 'where the jury is still divided'. 
 
Moderated by Agnello Dias, creative chairman - Dentsu Aegis Network and founder, Taproot Dentsu, the debate will feature Santosh Desai, CEO, Future Brands and Josy Paul, chairman and chief creative officer, BBDO India. 
 
The first debate is scheduled to be held on 20 June at 6.15 pm and will be based around 'Brand purpose - responsible or opportunistic'. The Live streaming will be across Facebook, YouTube and Zoom.  
 
Partho Dasgupta, president, The Advertising Club, said, “These are unprecedented times requiring all brands and organisations to adapt and reinvent their media and brand strategies. The digital debate series has been curated to provide insights and guidance on how to empower brands to thrive in the new normal. We are sure that Agnello along with Josy and Santosh will make this an interesting session full of breakthrough ideas and insights." 
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