Top Story


Home >> FICCI >> Article

FICCI FRAMES – Day 1: A Day of issues and addresses

Font Size   16
FICCI FRAMES – Day 1: A Day of issues and addresses

If one had to use a phrase to define FICCI FRAMES –Day 1, it would be ‘A Day of answers’ and they were largely coming from the Information and Broadcast Minster, Jaipal Reddy. The questions came from the likes of Subhash Chandra, Chairman, Zee Telfilms and Kunal Dasgupta, CEO, Sony Entertainment.

The high-powered inaugural session of the day had some valid issues been raised by Chandra, which boiled to the need of a level playing ground in an environment that encouraged global players. However, the most important aspect of the morning was the minister’s announcement of declaring a radio policy by monsoon, which was in favour of a revenue sharing model.

The proceedings of the day were set back by over an hour but that didn’t do much to disrupt the partying mood in the evening at the Zee FICCI Gala. After the successful completion of all the sessions in the various tracks, the evening too saw a maximum attendance bringing a good end to the first day of FRAMES 2005.


Vijay Mansukhani, speaks to exchange4media about the resurgence of Onida, the scope of growth of consumer electronics market in India and the reasons why Indian consumer electronics brands don’t compete on a global scale

Projjol Banerjea opens up about hiring Anne Macdonald and GroupM's Rob Norman, and the brand's new identity

Meera Iyer tells exchange4media that in FY 2016/17, bigbasket clocked a revenue of Rs 1,400 crore. The online supermarket currently stands at 70,000 orders a day, with operations in 25 cities.

CMO, Kashyap Vadapalli on the start-up’s marketing play, why it has decided to stay away from IPL and response to its furniture rental apps

Mumbai was chosen in keeping with the company's focus on featuring their proprietary technologies over undiscovered markets like South Asia

The campaign, featuring brand ambassador Farhan Akhtar, exhorts consumers to showcase their achievements through the walls of their homes.

We list a few important stories that you may have missed in the week gone by