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Jury meets today to select winners of exchange4media’s Media ACE Awards

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Jury meets today to select winners of exchange4media’s Media ACE Awards

The exchange4media Group’s Media ACE Awards initiative is an attempt to recognize Indian media agencies for their work and contribution to the Indian media industry. In its inaugural year, the Media ACE Awards will take the first step with media service brands.

The jury is meeting today to decide the winners of the Awards. Geetu Verma, Executive Director- Food & Refreshments, Hindustan Unilever Limited, is the Jury Chair for the Awards this year.

Members of the jury are Ronita Mitra, SVP- Brands & Consumer Insights, Vodafone India, Sumeet Narang, VP Marketing- Motorcycles, Bajaj Auto, Lloyd Mathias, Marketing Head-PPS, HP India, Devendra Chawla, Group President-Food FMCG, Future Group, Amit Sinha Roy, VP- Marketing & Strategy, Tata Communications, Prabhakar Tiwari, GM- Marketing, CEAT Ltd, Jitin Paul, Chief Marketing Officer, Bharti AXA Life Insurance, Sarthak Seth, Head Brand & Marketing Communications, Panasonic India, Mahesh Israni, Chief Marketing Officer, Parag Milk Foods.

The award-winning work in this area will demonstrate leadership and direction that has helped in moulding the nation’s media landscape.

The Media Ace awards are slated to take place in the first week of July.

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