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IMPACT to unveil 50 Most Influential Women list today

19-March-2012
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IMPACT to unveil 50 Most Influential Women list today

The Advertising, Media and Marketing industry is buzzing with excitement and looking forward to the ‘50 Most Influential Women’ initiative by IMPACT magazine. The event is set to be a scintillating and power-packed occasion, studded with industry stalwarts and the 50 trailblazing women achievers.

This much-awaited list of the top 50 influential women will be unveiled in an exclusive edition, at an on-ground event at Tote, Mahalaxmi Racecourse today in Mumbai.

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