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AAAI to hold Goafest 2007 on April 20-21

13-February-2007
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AAAI to hold Goafest 2007 on April 20-21

The Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) has announced that Goafest 2007 would be held on April 20 and 21. This year Goafest will give away Creative and Media awards, a move that will provide creative and media agency professionals to look at advertising holistically and understand how each is as important as the other.

Said Srinivasan K Swamy, President, AAAI, “Goafest has already emerged as the most coveted advertising awards festival in India. And going by the 1,200 participants last year, and the 2,000 participants expected this year, we will be the largest show in Asia, AdFest in Pattaya included.”

Last year AAAI created a rare opportunity for all advertising professionals in India to meet and celebrate great advertising work. It turned the one-evening AAAI creative awards to a full-fledged two-day festival covering awards, seminars and exhibitions mixed with sun, sea, fun and frolic.

It was a unique opportunity for the under-30s in the profession to attend Goafest under a low, all-inclusive delegate fee. It presented to them an opportunity to interact with not just the Indian gurus of advertising but also well-known international personalities like Paul Kemps Robertson, Neeraj Nayar, Tom Savigar and Michelle Kristula-Green to name a few.

Observed Arvind Sharma, Chairman of Goafest Committee, "Goafest 2007 promises to be bigger and better. We are moving many steps forward to provide a truly international experience. We are looking forward to hosting extremely prestigious international creative and media personalities who will be the speakers this year." He added that the special package for under-30 professionals would continue.

Sharma promises that "right from the design to the décor and speakers to the entertainment and food, the endeavor will be to set standards never before seen in Asia. It will be a perfect opportunity for delegates who share a passion for advertising to mix and bond with each other."

Swamy added, "This year’s AdVillage design is very unique and we will be building many air-conditioned structures on the beach so that all activities, exhibitions and even the seminars are at the AdVillage on Cavelossim beach. The awards will be presented in an open-air auditorium.”

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