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Bombay Ad Club's EGM: Bhaskar Das to continue as President

06-August-2009
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Bombay Ad Club's EGM: Bhaskar Das to continue as President

The Bombay Ad Club has called for an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) on August 6, 2009. One of the main points of the agenda was to revisit the Ad Club’s policies regarding the appointment of its President. Ordinarily, the same President has not held term for more than two years at most. However, the Ad Club members have decided to re-elect Bhaskar Das as the President for another term.

Some members had said that this was in light of the work that Das has done in the last two years.

A source said, “With the AdAsia around the corner, the Ad Club is going to be busier than ever and it makes sense for some one like Bhaskar, who is now completely clued in on the developments and the requisites of these situations, to continue leading the Ad Club.”

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