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Sunil Kataria, Sameer Satpathy, Sonal Dabral @PMMAO 2013

05-February-2013
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Sunil Kataria, Sameer Satpathy, Sonal Dabral @PMMAO 2013

Sunil Kataria, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Sales, Godrej Consumer Products; Sameer Satpathy, Executive Vice-President and Head, Marketing, Consumer Product Business, Marico; and Sonal Dabral, Chairman & Chief Creative Officer, DDB Mudra, will be giving individual presentations at the launch of Pitch Madison Media Advertising Outlook 2013 (PMMAO 2013), presented by ABP News.

While Kataria would be presenting ‘The Case for Multimedia’, Satpathy will talk on ‘Creating a High Performing Ecosystem of Marketing Partners’. Dabral would delve on ‘India Shining? What Indian Clients Can Learn From Their Asian Counterparts’.

Prior to that Sam Balsara, Chairman & MD, Madison World, will present the findings of PMMAO 2013; and Anand Kripalu, MD - India, Cadbury India, will deliver his keynote address, where we can have a few learnings from one of the most awarded advertisers of the year.

Kataria joined GCPL in February, 2011. He has the dual responsibility of heading the India sales organisation as well as overseeing the business operations of the SAARC countries.

Marico’s Satpathy is responsible for the portfolio strategy and building equity and innovation for all brands in India, including Parachute, Parachute Advansed, Saffola, Nihar, Revive, Mediker, Hair & Care, Set Wet, Zatak, Livon and others.

Dabral has over two decades of experience on brands such as Audi, Fiat, Tata Safari, Dove, Le Sancy, Unilever Foods, Ponds, Virgin Mobile, Tata AIG, Prudential, GE, Colgate, Pizza Hut, Sony, Coca Cola and DHL, among others.

The launch will uncloak the catechism of various industry verticals such as print media, television, internet, outdoor, radio and cinema, paving the way forward for not only officials from this domain but also for whoever attends the event.

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