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Winners of the 2nd edition of IAA Leadership Awards announced

03-March-2014
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Winners of the 2nd edition of IAA Leadership Awards announced

The second edition of the IAA Leadership Awards honouring the best of the best was held at Grand Hyatt in Mumbai. The gala event witnessed the presence of the who's who of the Marketing, Advertising and Media industry as they competed against each other to win the coveted awards.

The 2nd Edition of the IAA Leadership Awards brought together professionals across industries under one roof while rewarding those whose hard work had brought brands to the limelight while making them the talking point for the nation at large.

The awards night saw winners emerge from across 21 categories.

Speaking on the occasion Srinivasan Swamy, President IAA India and VP-development, IAA Asia Pacific, and chairman, RK Swamy BBDO said, "While Management is about doing things right, leadership is about doing the right things; Today I would like to extend my heartfelt congratulations to all the winners who have outdone themselves this year as well as every nominee for showing what leadership means. I am glad to see another successful year at the event this year and look forward to many more years to come."

This year's edition of the IAA Leadership Awards was presented by Colors. Speaking about this initiative, Raj Nayak, CEO, Colors said, "To recognize, encourage and celebrate excellence in leadership – that is what we have done at the IAA, a vibrant association which I have had the opportunity to lead. I would like to thank IAA for giving us the honour to be associated with this event, and congratulate the winners for their outstanding contribution towards the growth of the industry. We look forward to growing this association with the IAA year-on-year and applaud the hardwork of individuals on this national platform."
 

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