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Madras Ad Club brings best of European and South African commercials in its first Gyan Series

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Madras Ad Club brings best of European and South African commercials in its first Gyan Series

The Advertising Club Madras is holding its first Gyan Series in Chennai on June 13. The Club has invited all its members for a special screening of ‘Shots’, which would showcase the best of European and South African commercials. Shots would be presented by Lowe Chennai and sponsored by The Hindu.

Advertising Club Madras regularly organises bi-monthly ‘Tea Meetings’, which would now be referred to as ‘Gyan Series’, where the focus would be on knowledge sharing and idea development. Experts from various industries would be invited regularly to contribute and hold various sessions for the benefit of the members of the Ad Club.

Commenting on the Gyan Series, R Seshadri, Managing Director, Anugrah Madison, and President, Ad Club Madras, said, “Being a part of something new is always a welcome change. Innovation being the crux of our business, we have rechristened our ‘tea meetings’ as Gyan Series. Here, we offer our members ‘that’ something, which will add value to their knowledge bank and also be time well spent.”

V Kalidas Vice President-Advertising, The Hindu, and Convener of Gyan Series, said, “It is always an interesting experience when people of an industry get together to learn and acknowledge the growth and practices of the trade. Our industry – advertising – is on its toes at all times, looking out for innovativeness and enhanced creativity. This gathering, now under a lighthearted name ‘Gyan Series’, ensures a lot of thought process as there are great minds at work here.”


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