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Rajat Sethi to judge DMA International Echo Awards

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Rajat Sethi to judge DMA International Echo Awards

Rajat Sethi, CEO and Director, Wunderman, has been invited to judge the International Echo Award entries for the Asia-Pacific region. The judging will take place in Melbourne, Australia on May 22.

An official communiqué quoted: “Sethi has been heading Wunderman as CEO and Director since the past five years and has been instrumental in the rapid growth of the agency in India, with a client list that includes Ford, Microsoft, Jet Airways, Castrol, Cadbury, Esprit, Airtel and the Oberoi Hotels.”

Sethi has also been a jury member at the Cannes International Advertising Festival in 2005.

The International Echo Awards, instituted by the Direct Marketing Association (DMA), celebrates excellence in Direct Marketing from around the world. Last year, Echo Award entries came in from over 40 countries.

Founded in 1917, DMA today represents more than 3,600 companies from dozens of vertical industries in the US and 50 other nations, including a majority of the Fortune 100 companies, as well as non-profit organisations.


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