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Nagesh Alai re-elected President of AAAI

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Nagesh Alai re-elected President of AAAI

Nagesh Alai, Executive Director, Interface Communications Pvt Ltd, has been re-elected President of Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) for the year 2011-12 at its Annual General Body Meeting. Arvind Sharma, Chairman & CEO - India Sub-Continent, Leo Burnett, has been elected Vice-President of the Association.

Other elected members of the Executive Committee for the ensuing year include:
Ganesh Baliga, Fifth Estate Communications Pvt Ltd
Sam Balsara, Madison Communications Pvt Ltd
Nakul Chopra, Publicis Communications Pvt Ltd
Lynn de Souza, Lintas India Pvt Ltd
Tanya Goyal, Dentsu Marcom Pvt Ltd
Kunal Lalani, Crayons Advertising Ltd
Rajan Narayan, Quadrant Communications Ltd
Pranav Premnarayen, Prem Associates Advertising & Marketing
Vikram Sakhuja, GroupM Media India Pvt Ltd
Srinivasan K Swamy, R K SWAMY BBDO Pvt Ltd

Immediate Past President, Colvyn Harris, CEO, JWT, will be the ex-officio member of the new AAAI Executive Committee.

The Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) is the official, national organisation of advertising agencies, formed to promote their industry interests so that they continue to make an essential and ever-increasing contribution to the nation. The AAAI today is truly representative, with a very large number of small, medium and large-sized agencies as its members, who together account for almost 80 per cent of the advertising business placed in the country.

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