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IMPACT to honour 100 most influential digital icons

07-June-2012
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IMPACT to honour 100 most influential digital icons

IMPACT’s new initiative – Digital Power 100 – will honour the achievements of the most powerful internet icons of India who have given a new meaning to the fast-growing digital and mobile industry.

A special issue of IMPACT, dedicated to the digital and mobile industry, will rank the trailblazing digital leaders of India. In what will be a comprehensive exercise of decoding the Indian digital industry, IMPACT will acknowledge the achievements of the most influential 100 digital entrepreneurs of India who have changed the way the internet and mobile industry is perceived today. The special issue will be unveiled in Mumbai.

An eminent panel of Jury members from Advertising, Marketing and Media domain will undertake the challenging task of shortlisting and ranking the digital leaders of India in Mumbai.

IMPACT & exchange4media will also invite nominations from the industry honchos who, according to its teams, have been the most powerful digital leaders in India. Impactonnet will also run an online campaign to understand the popular industry opinion on digital industry.

Through an online voting system, the industry can vote for the person it thinks has had the most significant impact on the digital domain. There will also be an active social media campaign to nominate digital icons. The nominees will be then presented to the Jury.

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