Panellists at the session on ‘Conscious Capitalism’ raised some relevant issues regarding what businesses should do to adapt to conscious capitalism, what limitations they face, and whether there is a need to make a fundamental change in the organisation.
The Coca Cola Company’s Joseph Tripodi and McCann Worldgroup India’s Prasoon Joshi engaged in a lively debate on ‘Marketing 3.0: New rules of engagement’. Tripodi also elaborated on Coca Cola’s new communication approach of ‘Liquid & Linked’.
Vikram Sakhuja, Michael Boneham, Sandeep Ghosh, Robin Wight and Deepa Prahalad discussed about building trust in brands in a trust deficit world. According to them, brands need to focus on psychological equity along with the fundamental market-place equity of price, distribution and media salience to achieve this.
How will Brand India be in less than 10 years from now? The session on ‘India 2020’ saw Pankaj Ghemawat, Kurush Grant, Sanjay Kapoor and Ravi Swaminathan discuss the concerns, potential and the agenda to take forward India’s growth in the years ahead.
Right from Shah Rukh Khan’s antics on stage to a high dose of statistics and great insights, the first day of AdAsia 2011 was intense, and if any further proof was required, the shortage of seating in the session halls and the packed media lounge made up for it…