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exchange4media Influencer Award unveiled

10-November-2016
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exchange4media Influencer Award unveiled

Besides a stellar line-up of speakers, the 15th edition of the exhange4media conclave taking place in Mumbai on November 16th include names like Mainardo de Nardis, CEO, OMD Worldwide, Nick Emery, Global CEO, Mindshare  and Arnab Goswami, President - News & Editor-in-Chief, Times NOW and ET NOW.

The exchange4media group is also introducing ‘The  exchange4media Influencer Award’ this year, which has been constituted to acknowledge and honour an individual in the communication arena, who has been a trailblazer in his sphere.

An individual who has not only displayed gumption and vision, but also been a harbinger of change and transformed the media industry for the better with his ideas, initiatives, visionary leadership, commitment and passion; often going beyond the call of duty for the betterment of the industry.   

The exchange4media Influencer award will raise a toast and celebrate such an individual who has been a Game-Changer in his/ her own right and set new trends for the industry to follow at the exchange4media conclave every year. 

The exchange4media Group organises its ?agship event exchange4media conclave every year, as an attempt to bring industry stakeholders – corporates, media service brands and media owners - on the same platform to discuss the changing global communication industry, with speci?c focus on India. 

The keynote speaker for the conclave last year was Sir Martin Sorrell CEO WPP, and some of the speakers over the years have included Tim Andree, Executive Chairman, Dentsu Aegis Network & Executive Vice President, Member of The Board, Dentsu Inc Dominic Proctor, President GroupM Global; Geetu Verma, Executive Director, Foods & Refreshment, Hindustan Unilever; John Sheehy, President, Global Operations, Starcom Mediavest; Michael Wall, Global CEO, Lowe & Partners; Mike Cooper, Worldwide CEO, PHD; Vikram Sakhuja, Global CEO, Maxus and Vishnu Mohan, CEO, APAC Havas Media. 

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