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Impressive line-up of speakers at 10th edition of Indian Magazine Congress today

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Impressive line-up of speakers at 10th edition of Indian Magazine Congress today

Association of Indian Magazines (AIM) is all set to host its annual marquee event, the Indian Magazine Congress (IMC) at the ITC Grand Central, Parel in Mumbai today.

Themed on “Incredible Magazines”, this one day congress in its 10th edition this year will deliberate on various issues that concern the media at large including magazines and has an impressive line-up of speakers. 

The keynote speeches will be delivered by; Suresh Prabhu, Honourable Minister for Railways; Derek O’Brien, Honourable Member of Parliament and Raghav Bahl, Entrepreneur, Business Leader and Writer. Other prominent speakers for the day are Manish Bhatt, Founder and Director, Scarecrow Communications; Dr. Bhaskar Das, President, Chief Growth and Innovation officer, Zee Unimedia Limited; Tanuj Garg, Columnist & MD Ellipsis Entertainment; Namrata Zakaria, Columnist, Mumbai Mirror; Vinay Singhal, Co-founder & CEO, Wittyfeed; Anant Nath, Executive Director, Delhi Press Group; Ashish Bagga, Group CEO, India Today Group; B Srinivasan, Managing Director, Vikatan Group; Maheshwer Peri, Founder & Chairman, Pathfinder Publishing; Harish Nair, National Director- Digital Strategy ,GroupM and Tarun Rai, CEO South Asia, J Walter Thompson.

The evening will see the launch of the first edition of Magzimise Awards – rewarding excellence in advertising in magazines.

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