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exchange4media Conclave 2010 begins on June 9 in Delhi; June 11 in Mumbai

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exchange4media Conclave 2010 begins on June 9 in Delhi; June 11 in Mumbai

The exchange4media Conclave is here again. The annual flagship event from the exchange4media Group is all set to once again bring thought leaders together on the same platform to discuss subjects and issues that concern the growth of the Indian media and advertising industry. Taking off from the event last year, where the discussions focussed on 'Thriving in a Slowdown', the conversations this year are themed around ‘Rebooting the Indian Media and Advertising Industry’.

The exchange4media Conclave 2010 marks the celebrations of 10 successful years of the exchange4media Group. The event would take place in two cities, beginning on June 9, 2010 in New Delhi and culminating in Mumbai on June 11, 2010.

The exchange4media Conclave is the only national forum that is dedicated to the media service brands part of the advertising business. In addition to media service brands, the exchange4media Conclave has advertisers at its core. The Conclave brings under scanner various aspects that impact these two sections including the business structure of media service brands and the media environment media agencies and advertisers operate in while communicating with consumers.

Some of the discussions that the Conclave would delve on this year are Media Service Brands – a creation of the past decade; what is next?; Evolved Marketer: Lessons of an Unprecedented Slowdown; Media Service Brands & Media Owners: Cross purposes or same team; Changing Expectation of Clients & Media Agencies – of transparency & accountability; Sleeping with the enemy -- Is the age of collaboration really here?; Can Media Service Brands also be the Media Owners; Media Services Ecosystem: Data, Research or Technology... are we infrastructure healthy?, and The New Age Marketer: As the dust settles on slowdown, what are the new rules?

The exchange4media Group has pooled together national and international thought leaders to delve on these subjects. Watch this space as more information on the Conclave is unveiled.


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