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IMPACT Top 50 Most Influential Women Jury meet concludes

03-March-2014
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IMPACT Top 50 Most Influential Women Jury meet concludes

The much awaited IMPACT Top 50 Most Influential Women for 2014 list is all set to be unveiled on March 19, 2014 in Mumbai at an evening hosted by Colors. The Jury meet for this special initiative took place last week, wherein 50 most influential women from media, marketing and advertising were selected.
 
The eclectic Jury, comprising industry leaders, is led by Sam Balsara, Chairman and MD, Madison World. The other Jury members include: Ambi Parameswaran, Advisor, Draftfcb+Ulka Advertising; Harit Nagpal, CEO, Tata Sky; Hemant Bakshi, Executive Director, Home & Personal Care, HUL; Piyush Mathur, President, Nielsen India; Rakshit Hargave MD Nivea India and Shashi Sinha, CEO, IPG Media Brands India.

It may be recalled that last year, Shobhana Bhartia, Chairperson and Editorial Director, HT Media Group led the list, followed by Vinita Bali, Managing Director, Britannia Industries.

IMPACT’S special edition of Top 50 most Influential Women in Media, Marketing and Advertising is a step to acknowledge the achievements of women who give a whole new meaning to the words – power and influence. These are women whose contributions have had significant impact on the industry and their peer group and completely changed the way the industry is perceived today. These women are a source of inspiration to countless others who aspire to emulate their qualities.

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