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R Seshadri elected President of Advertising Club Madras

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R Seshadri elected President of Advertising Club Madras

R Seshadri, Managing Director, Anugrah Madison Advertising, was elected as the 37th President of the Advertising Club Madras at the AGM held on April 25, 2008. Seshadri was earlier Vice-President of the Club. Seshadri, who joined the executive committee of the Club in 2001, has held several positions over the years, including Secretary in 2003-05.

Ranju K Mohan, Vice-President (Sales & Marketing), Henkel India, is the immediate past president of the Club.

P Subramanian (Interface) is the Vice-President of the Club. Other office bearers elected to the executive committee for the year 2008-09 include BS Raj Narain (Optima Marketing Solutions) as Secretary; Sadhasivam (Layam Advertising) as Treasurer, and LV Navneeth (Radio One) as Joint Secretary.

Rajeev Nambiar (Hello FM), Bagyalakshmi Nagarajan (Out of Home Media), Ninan Thariyan (The Times of India), Prakash Dharmarajan (O&M), M Karthic Moorthy (Elegant Publicities), Seshadri Iyer (Television Eighteen) and Vani Aiyar (JWT) have been elected as committee members.

The co-opted members for this year include V Kalidas (The Hindu), Jagannath Ramaswamy (Crystal), and ER Sreevatsa (Srichakra Communications).


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