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Bombay Ad Club lines up Media Review 2007, road show for AdAsia 2007

31-July-2007
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Bombay Ad Club lines up Media Review 2007, road show for AdAsia 2007

The Advertising Club of Bombay has a double treat on offer this year. Apart from the most awaited Media Review 2007, which will be held on August 1, the Club will also host a road show for AdAsia 2007, to be held at Jeju Island, South Korea, on October 21-27 this year.

The high-powered delegation from Korea, which will present about AdAsia 2007 at the Media Review, includes Duke Hyun Chi, Secretary General, AdAsia 2007 Jeju; Dong Hyun Kim, Vice Chairman-Steering Committee, AdAsia 2007 Jeju; and Hwan Kim, General Manager, AdAsia 2007 Jeju.

Following the presentation on AdAsia by the Korean delegates, Subhash Chandra, Founder-Chairman, Zee TV, would give his views and analysis on the year’s media performances. He is expected to comment and highlight work, which according to him, would be worthy of bouquets or brickbats. Chandra is also expected to predict industry trends, and give his views on Indian and international media happenings.

Commenting on the numbers of attendees at the Media Review, Bipin Pandit, General Manager, The Advertising Club of Bombay, said, “We expect 450 people to attend this event that would have the presence of the best of the media professionals under one roof.”

The Advertising Club of Bombay, in conjunction with its travel partner SOTC, has also lined up an attractive but cost effective package for AdAsia 2007.

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