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AdAsia 2001 to be held in Taipei on November 19

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AdAsia 2001 to be held in Taipei on November 19

Billed as the most significant advertising event in Asia, the ‘AdAsia 2001’ is slated to be held in Taipei from November 19 to 21 this year. Ad agency chief honchos and media heads would represent Indian delegation.

The ACI will be making an audiovisual presentation about the 2003 AdAsia. The reigning Miss World Priyanka Chopra will be flying to Taipei to help the Indian delegation make this presentation.

AdAsia is held every alternate year in different places all over Asia and attracts over a thousand top delegates representing advertising, marketing and the media. The Advertising Club Bombay is providing logistics support to mobilise a strong Indian delegation.

The three-day congress will feature keynote addresses and symposia led by over 40 noted experts from around the globe in fields related to advertising and marketing.


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