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10th Goafest set for April 09-11 in Bambolim

By on March 17, 2015
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10th Goafest set for April 09-11 in Bambolim

The 10th edition of India’s biggest advertising festival Goafest will be held from April 09-11, 2015, at the Grand Hyatt, Bambolim.

CEO of Publicis South Asia and Chairman of Goafest 2015 Nakul Chopra expressed confidence that the 10th edition of the festival would be ‘special’. He said, “The intent of the organising committee of this year’s event is to make it even richer for young adlanders. From its very inception, this festival has had a very unique focus on the youth. We have always heavily subsidised the participation of those under 30, so they participate in the unique learning, exposure and celebration Goafest offers. This year we want to re-focus our attention on making the festival even richer for them. They are our future and deservedly the focus of our attention and investment.”

Among the confirmed speakers at the Knowledge Seminars of Goafest 2015 are the Chief Creative Officer of Dentsu Aegis Network South East Ted Lim; President and Creative Officer of 180 Amsterdam Alan Moseley; Head of Agency at APAC Region Facebook Neil Stewart; Worldwide Strategic Marketing Officer at ZenithOptimedia Guy Abrahams; and author and mythologist Devdutt Pattanik. 

Chopra added, “It is our endeavour to make Goafest 2015 better and superior. While the Advertising Conclave will be held on the first day; the Knowledge Seminars will be held on the second and third days.” 

There will be a Leadership Summit on April 11, which will bring together the best minds in the fields of advertising, communications and marketing to discuss, debate, interact, offer thoughts and experiences, share ideas and questions on our industry. These programmes are augmented with a series of presentations from leaders in their respective fields and panel debates.”

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