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Sam Balsara to moderate Advertising Club’s Media Review panel discussion

15-July-2015
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Sam Balsara to moderate Advertising Club’s Media Review panel discussion

Advertising Club has organised the AdAsia Road Show and Media Review which will be held on Tuesday, July 21 in Mumbai. The event is sponsored by Colors and powered by Dainik Bhaskar.


The Media Review will host a session titled ‘Is Anyone Listening:  How Did Ad and Media Industry Combat the Challenge of Continuous Partial Attention of Audiences’.


Speakers from within the industry CEO, IPG Mediabrands, Shashi Sinha, Founder and Chairperson at Spatial Access, Meenakshi Menon, media professional Punitha Arumugam and Chief Corporate Sales and Marketing Officer, Dainik Bhaskar Group, Pradeep Dwivedi will each make a 20 minute presentation.


The talks will be followed by a panel discussion with the four speakers and will be moderated by Sam Balsara.
Besides the Media Review, a delegation from Taipei will present the AdAsia Road Show. The Advertising Club will also handover the travel package they have lined up with Kesari as Travel Partner for the convention.

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