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IDMA 2013 Grand Finale to take place tonight

25-June-2013
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IDMA 2013 Grand Finale to take place tonight

Stage is set for the grand finale of Indian Digital Media Awards 2013. IDMA 2013 will award path-breaking work in the digital space witnessed in 2012. The 856 entries received this year were truly a testimony to the kind of growth seen in the digital marketing space in the country.

IDMA returned this year catering to more sectors of the digital marketing arena. Entries were accepted under five broad categories namely Web, Social Media, Mobile, Language and Special Awards. All the entries were scrutinised by the jury under the supervision of an advisory board.
The advisory board guided the jury at every step and made sure that no kind of bias existed due to the diversity in the nature of the entries received.

The esteemed members of the Advisory Board are Atul Hegde, CEO, Ignitee; Avijit Arya, Chairman and CEO, Internet Moguls; Deep Kalra, Founder and CEO, MakeMyTrip; Jaideep Shergill, CEO, MSL India; Litin Purohit, Partner, Everymedia; Neetu Bhatia, CEO, Kyazoonga; Nitin Mathur, Senior Director Marketing – India & South East Asia, Yahoo; Prashant Puri, CEO, Adlift; Punitha Arumugam, Agency Director, Google India; Rishi Khiani, CEO and MD @Ant Farm; Rohit Dadwal, MD, Mobile Marketing Association Asia Pacific; and Vikas Saxena, CEO, Nimbuzz.

The jury is chaired by Mahendra Swarup, Chairman, Smile Interactive and Co-Chaired by Vikram Sakhuja, CEO, Maxus Worldwide.

With less than 12 hours to go, the excitement level is at zenith. With more categories, exclusive trophies and enthralling performances, IDMA 2013 is all set to dazzle the industry.

Presented by Vserv, the star-studded Awards ceremony will take place tonight at ITC Grand Central, Mumbai.
 

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