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IMPACT's 50 Most Influential Women List 2017 to be unveiled today

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IMPACT's 50 Most Influential Women List 2017 to be unveiled today

The exchange4media Group is all set to unveil the sixth edition of its ‘50 Most Influential Women in Indian Media, Marketing & Advertising List’ brought out under the aegis of its weekly magazine, IMPACT. The list for the year 2017 will be unveiled later today at a gala event at the ITC Grand Central, Parel, Mumbai. The much-respected list recognises women across media who have not only done path-breaking work, but have also helped in redefining the dynamics in their respective fields.

The Chairman of the Jury that put together the list this year is Sam Balsara, Chairman and MD, Madison World. The jury members include Sanjay Behl, Chief Executive Officer, Raymond Limited; Nakul Chopra, Chief Executive Officer, Publicis South Asia; Shalini Kamath, Independent Board Director and Executive Coach; Joy Chakraborthy, President-Revenue, TV18 & CEO, Forbes India; Avinash Pandey, COO, ABP News Network and Anil Uniyal, CEO, Bloomberg Quint

IMPACT’S recognition of 50 Most Influential Women in Media, Marketing and Advertising is a step to acknowledge the achievements of women who give a whole new meaning to the words power and influence. Last year, Ekta Kapoor, Joint Managing Director and Creative Director, Balaji Telefilms had topped the list, followed by Tanya Dubash, Executive Director & Chief Brand Officer, Godrej Group and Priya Nair, Executive Director & VP, Home Care, Hindustan Unilever.

The presenting partner for the event is Colors, while ABP is the co-Gold partner. Getty Images, My FM and SAB Group are the Co-partners; VLCC is the Wellness partner, Colorbar the Gifting partner; PTC the Regional Television partner and NDTV Good Times, the Lifestyle partner.


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