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AdAsia early bird registrations end on Sept 30, 2011

19-September-2011
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AdAsia early bird registrations end on Sept 30, 2011

AdAsia 2011, set to take place in New Delhi from October 31, 2011 to November 3, 2011, has lined up some of the most respected names of the global communication industry. The Organising Committee of the convention this year is encouraging marketers, media companies and agencies to make the most of being at the platform that would discuss ‘Uncertainty as the New Certainty’.

The convention has put together an interesting offer for the early registrants, the time period for which ends on September 30, 2011.

Mudra Communications Chairman Madhukar Kamath, who is heading the AdAsia OC, explained, “Those who are availing the early bird registration offer would save USD 300 or Rs 7000 per delegate.”

He informed that so far countries like Taiwan and Pakistan had responded very positively on sending delegates from these markets. In India, the likes of GPI, The Coca-Cola Company, Madison Media, Leo Burnett, and JWT India, too, are some of the companies that are already sending names for registering for the event.

AdAsia 2011 is seeing support from all members of the industry, including associations such as the Indian Society of Advertisers, Indian Newspaper Society, Indian Broadcasting Foundation, The Ad Club and others.

Kamath said, “All stakeholders of the industry are working together to make this the biggest AdAsia till date. All constituents are interacting with each other to achieve this. The content is there and now we are working towards ensuring the right delegate participation.”

AdAsia 2011 is targeting 1,000-1,200 members in all.

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