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Sunder Swamy re-elected as President of IAA India Chapter

26-September-2013
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Sunder Swamy re-elected as President of IAA India Chapter

Srinivasan K Swamy, Chairman, RK Swamy BBDO, popularly known as Sundar Swamy, has been re-elected as the President of the India Chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA) for the year 2013-14.

Neeraj Roy, Managing Director and CEO of Hungama Digital Media Entertainment has been elected as Vice President.
 
“The IAA India chapter has made some very good progress. It is gratifying for me to be re-elected as President and be a part of this progress and good work,” said Swamy.

In the past, Swamy has also been the Chairman of Confederation of Asian Advertising Agency Associations, in addition to being the President of Advertising Agencies Association of India for three years between 2004 and 2007.

The India Chapter of IAA was initiated in July 1991 to constitute a local Chapter of the global body, with a view to provide members direct links to the international advertising and communications industry.
 

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