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Agnello Dias invited to speak at BrandFestival 2010 in Hungary

13-October-2010
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Agnello Dias invited to speak at BrandFestival 2010 in Hungary

Agnello Dias, Co-founder, Taproot India, has been invited to speak at BrandFestival 2010, Central Europe’s most influential media strategy conference. The event is being held in Budapest, Hungary on November 20-26, 2010 and is being held in cooperation with The Economist.

BrandFestival will be celebrating its 10th year this year. This year’s main topic is ‘New Economy’, how it is built, sold and communicated – which will be discussed and evaluated in the presence of top thinkers and executives of European and overseas enterprises. Each year, the conference sees the attendance of nearly 400 leaders, academics and top-level communications managers from Europe and all over the world.

The previous years’ lecturers include:
Edmund S. Phelps – Economics Nobel Prize-winner (2006)
Roberto Boscolo - Owner and Vice President of Boscolo Hotels
Robert J. Aumann - Economics Nobel Prize winner for his work on conflict and cooperation through game-theory analysis, 2005
Mihály Csíkszentmihályi - Architect of the notion of Flow, former head of the department of psychology at the University of Chicago
Gordon Bajnai - Prime Minister of Hungary
Alexander Brody -Marketing and Advertising professional
Mike Ashton - Senior Vice President of the Marketing department of Hilton Hotels
Inge Juliusson - Marketing Director of Ikea CEE
Johannes Newrlka - Chairman of Art Directors Club Europe
Josh Orton - Deputy Director of the New Media Division, Obama for America Campaign, 2008
Matt Rosenberg - Executive Vice President, Client Engagement at Big Spaceship

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