Campaign India Team
Apr 07, 2010

Today: The Goafest Industry Conclave

Goafest 2010 kicks off today with the Industry Conclave at Cavelossim in Goa, where top honchos from the advertising and media fraternity will be under one roof for a series of key-note sessions and lively panel discussions. The invite-only event kicks off at 3pm at the Seminar Hangar at Cavelossim beach.

Today: The Goafest Industry Conclave

Goafest 2010 kicks off today with the Industry Conclave at Cavelossim in Goa, where top honchos from the advertising and media fraternity will be under one roof for a series of key-note sessions and lively panel discussions. The invite-only event kicks off at 3pm at the Seminar Hangar at Cavelossim beach.

The theme of this year's Conclave is 'Time to Grow' and some of the confirmed participants in the panel discussions include Piyush Mathur (Nielsen), Rajaram Narayan (HUL), Shiv Moulee (Millward Brown), Piyush Pandey (Ogilvy), Arun Tadanki (Yahoo), Madhukar Kamath (Mudra Group), Shashi Sinha (Lodestar Universal), Bharat Patel (Indian Society of Advertisers), Uday Shankar (STAR India), Ronnie Screwvala (UTV), Ajit Balakrishnan (Rediff.com), Lynn De Souza (LMG), Srinivasan K Swamy (RK Swamy BBDO), Lakshmikant Gupta (LG), Shailesh Rao (Google), LV Krishnan (TAM), Ashok Das (Hansa) and Mahmood Ahmed (ITC).

Sam Balsara, CMD, Madison World is the co-chairman of the Conclave.

Tom Doctoroff, CEO, JWT Greater China and author of the bestseller Billions will deliver the keynote address.

View the day's event-flow below:

Source:
Campaign India

Related Articles

Just Published

12 hours ago

BrandZ report 2021: Amazon retains top position

Apple, Google, Microsoft and Tencent also among top five most valuable brands

12 hours ago

Rin washes off the patriarchy with C.A. Bhavani Devi

Watch the film conceptualised by Ogilvy here

13 hours ago

Cannes Lions 2021: FCB Interface bags Gold in ...

Agency also wins two Silver and Bronze Lions; Lowe Lintas and VMLY&R Commerce also among winners

14 hours ago

The 'Tough Turban': Protective headwear for Sikh ...

A turban that looks and feels like fabric but provides some level of impact protection is not only a cool design case study but also a great example of making something for a community—rather than just marketing to it