Campaign India Team
Feb 03, 2015

UPDATED: ACI invites young pros to compete for scholarship; selected ones to attend AFAA Fast Track

Eligible young pros to be sent for ‘Professional Excellence Programme’ in Malaysia this April

UPDATED: ACI invites young pros to compete for scholarship; selected ones to attend AFAA Fast Track
The Asian Federation of Advertising Associations (AFAA), of which Advertising Council of India (division of STACA - Standing Committee on Advertising - Trust) is a member, has announced its three-day specialised training program.
The two-day (or three-day) skill improvement certification programme for professionals under 35 years of age, with five years of experience in the field of marketing, advertising or media will be hosted from 17-19 April  2015.
Four to six people will be selected, who will be eligible for an all expenses paid trip Malasia.
Professionals interested should write an article, not more than 100 words, on ‘how communication can be made into a force for good’ and email it along with their personal brief to, before 24 March 2015. 
Pradeep Guha, chairman, AFAA, said, “Since its launch in 2013, the Fast Track Professional Excellence Programme has been a catalyst in accelerating the careers of many young professionals. This year too, the three-day specialized training programme will guide young professionals to reconnect with their passion for the industry, and enhance their skills as they face the challenges ahead. ”

Also read: ACI invites under-35s to compete for scholarship, to attend AFAA Fast Track

  ACI to sponsor young pros for AFAA’s Fast Track programme

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