NDTV Prime is official broadcast partner for The Delhi Brand Summit 2014

This is the fourth edition of The Delhi Brand Summit. Scheduled for August 22, this year's conference will see leading marketers discuss the future of marketing

by exchange4media Staff
Published - Aug 22, 2014 10:43 AM Updated: Aug 22, 2014 10:43 AM
NDTV Prime is official broadcast partner for The Delhi Brand Summit 2014

NDTV Prime has partnered with The Delhi Brand Summit 2014 in its fourth edition as the official television broadcaster. Scheduled for August 22, this year’s conference will see leading marketers discuss the future of marketing.

The Delhi NCR Brand Summit is the fourth edition of Paul Writer’s flagship event and will see 200+ marketers from India’s leading brands come together to discuss trends, debate ideas, and share knowledge. This year, the Summit will also include a recognition programme for Delhi-NCR Hot 50 Brands.

Partnering NDTV, Jessie Paul, CEO, Paul Writer said, “Marketing is at an exciting phase as we’re transitioning from the days of ‘mad ads’ to ‘math ads’. We’re excited to partner with NDTV Prime to broaden the conversation among the leading marketers on what’s the future of marketing.”

“A conference that brings together 200 of India’s top marketers is bound to be exciting and filled with intellectual fireworks, and thanks to NDTV Prime we’re honoured to extend the debate, best practices and discussion to the thousands of marketers that make India a top commerce destination,” she added.

The Summit will see an amalgamation of eminent speakers from leading brands such as British Airways, Intel, LinkedIn, Bata, Bharti Airtel, Dentsu Asia Pacific, OLX and Volvo Car, among others.

NDTV Prime will air a half-hour special on August 30 on ‘All About Ads’ at 11:30 am.

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