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Coming this July - exchange4media Conclave 2011

Coming this July - exchange4media Conclave 2011

Author | exchange4media News Service | Wednesday, Jun 01,2011 8:55 AM

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Coming this July - exchange4media Conclave 2011

It is that time of the year, when the exchange4media Conclave brings together visionaries from the Indian industry and global thought leaders to exchange notes on developments in the communication services industry, to discuss issues facing the industry and to chart a road ahead for the collective growth of this business.

The exchange4media Conclave 2011 will kick off from Delhi on July 12, 2011 and will culminate in Mumbai on July 15, 2011.

The exchange4media Group has unveiled a new logo for the Conclave this year, and the central theme guiding the Conclave in 2011 is ‘Reshaping Media Priorities for the New Marketing Era’.

Mumbai Power Play
The discussions in the Mumbai leg of the Conclave would see changing consumers and the impact of that on the business priorities and communication strategies of marketers, growing importance of media service brands and changing role of media owners.

Leading the Mumbai speaker line-up is Hindustan Unilever Ltd’s Managing Director and CEO, Nitin Paranjpe. Paranjpe would be speaking on ‘Changing Consumers, Changing Business – the New Face of Marketing’.

The other two Key speakers in Mumbai are Dominic Proctor, CEO, Mindshare Worldwide and Mike Cooper, CEO, PHD Worldwide.

Watch this space for more on the forum’s Speakers and what their conversations would be revolving on, during the Conclave.

The exchange4media Conclave is the only national forum dedicated to the media service brands part of the communication services business. In addition to media service brands, the exchange4media Conclave has advertisers at its core.

The Keynote Speakers in 2010 edition included Irwin Gotlieb, CEO, GroupM, Mainardo de Nardis, CEO, OMD Worldwide and Tim Love, CEO, Omnicom APAC in 2010.

The Speakers in 2009 were the likes of Andrew Rashbass, CEO, The Economist; Mark Patterson, CEO, GroupM APAC; and Asit Mehra, Vice President, Omnicom Worldwide.

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