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Print ads rise by 27 per cent, Education sector tops it: AdEx Analysis

01-November-2010
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Print ads rise by 27 per cent, Education sector tops it: AdEx Analysis

The overall Print industry has witnessed a 27 per cent growth in ad volumes according to the latest AdEx figures, since last year and in this Education was the top sector in print advertising. Educational Institutions despite the strict ASCI mandates as been the highest category in shares in the advertised volumes and Naaptol.com has been the number one advertiser for the Jan-Sep 2010 span. More

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Prior to joining Madison PR in 2012 Chaudhary was Group President Corporate Communications at Reliance Industries Limited.