Radhika Joshi
May 08, 2013

Video: Curtain Raiser 2: IAA Debates Delhi - ‘Creative awards can also be given for differentiated one-off expressions’

Priti Nair and Komal Sohal Bedi agree, while Anil Nair says we must make the distinction between real one-offs and scam.

 

Ahead of the IAA Debates Delhi on 13 May 2013 presented by the Dainik Bhaskar Group, Campaign India caught up with adlanders for their take on the topic: ‘Creative awards can also be given for differentiated one-off expressions’.
 
In this video, we feature Priti Nair, director, Curry Nation, Anil Nair, CEO and managing partner, Law & Kenneth and Komal Sohal Bedi, national creative director, Rediffusion Y&R. 
 
What’s your take? Mail in, to [email protected].
 
IAA Debates Delhi, presented by the Dainik Bhaskar Group:
 
Date: 13 May 2013
Time: 4.30 to 6.30 pm
Venue: The Trident, Gurgaon
Speakers FOR: Josy Paul, chairman and CCO, BBDO India; Pratap Bose, COO, DDB Mudra Group
Speakers AGAINST: Deepika Warrier, vice-president, beverages marketing, Pepsico India; Lloyd Mathias, director, Green Bean Ventures
Moderator: Santosh Desai, MD and CEO, Future Brands
 
Entry strictly by invitation. To register, e-mail: [email protected]
Source:
Campaign India

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