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Agro Tech's Narendra Ambwani elected as Chairman of ASCI

12-September-2014
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Agro Tech's Narendra Ambwani elected as Chairman of ASCI

Agro Tech Foods Director, Narendra Ambwani has been unanimously elected as Chairman of the ASCI board.

Benoy Roychowdhury of HT Media was elected Vice-Chairman, and Shashi Sinha of IPG Mediabrands was elected Honorary Treasurer.

Other elected members of the Board of Governors include Hemant Bakshi, Arvind Sharma, Dilip Cherian, SK Palekar, Jayant Singh, Subhash Kamath, Srinivasan Swamy, Rajan Anandan, Shantanu Khosla, Abanti Sankarnarayanan, I Venkat, Arunabh Das Sharma and Partha Rakshit.

Ambwani said, “There has been tremendous change in ASCI’s approach towards advertising content and adherence to the ASCI’s guidelines by the advertisers. Earlier, we acted primarily on complaint received from the public or the industry body. In the coming year, we hope to promote ASCI’s guidelines more vigorously among advertisers and creative agencies, so that new ads meet ASCI’s standards at the creative stage itself. We also hope to collaborate strongly with the regulators and consumer groups to ensure fairness and responsibility in advertising.”
 

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