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Dainik Bhaskar Indian Marketing Awards are unique, says Ranjan Kapur

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Dainik Bhaskar Indian Marketing Awards are unique, says Ranjan Kapur

All roads in New Delhi will lead to Dainik Bhaskar Indian marketing Awards on September 29. The awards, instituted by exchange4media group, are already creating waves with senior advertising, media and marketing professionals showing keen interest in them. The awards, which would be telecast on NDTV 24×7, seek to present a gold trophy in every marketing category.

Dainik Bhaskar Indian Marketing Awards is all set to make its mark as the right forum to acknowledge the contributions of all the marketing elements. These include pricing, positioning, distribution, sales promotions, packaging, launches and re-launches, below-the-line activities and brand communication among others. The awards seek to felicitate initiatives in various disciplines, as well as organisations and individuals.

Ranjan Kapur, Country Head, WPP, states, “These awards are unique. It is for the first time that all the marketing disciplines are being rewarded, which is indeed a great thing.”

Kapur, who is heading the jury panel for the awards, adds, “I am proud to be part of the jury and would do my best to make the judging process smooth, unbiased and well organised.” The panel of juries comprises of well-known names from marketing, advertising and media fraternity from India and abroad.

The awards seek to cover each and every dimension of marketing and, brings along the first-ever opportunity in India for various marketing disciplines to make their presence felt. Complete details of the Awards, Rule Book and Entry Form can be downloaded from

A physical copy of Award Rule Book and Entry Form is also available. SMS awards to 3636 or shoot an email to to acquire further details on the felicitation or Rule Book and Entry Form. exchange4media outfits in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and Calcutta are also armed with all the details, and can be contacted.

Last date for sending in the entries is September 7, 2004. May the best entries win!


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