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In this issue

We engage Wunderman's Martin Conneen and BrandOpus' Nir Wegrzyn during Spikes Asia 2014, to bring you in-depth interviews. Sticking with the Festival, we list out some of the most memorable comments from speakers. Maxus won big at the Emvies 2014; we bring you case study briefs of Gold-winning entries and the winner of the Grand Emvie. Further, we ask adland and marketers whether a young crop managing social media is to blame for some of the blunders we're seeing. Elsewhere, Kokuyo Camlin's Saumitra Prasad speaks about redefining categories, warming up to advertising, and evolving consumers. We also ask Devendra Chawla and Kiran Khalap about the impact of 'instant delivery' by e-com players on festive shoppers.

Campaign India Magazine Description:

PublisherHaymarket India




In September 2007, Haymarket Media India Ltd, one of the world's leading media companies, launched Campaign India as a fortnightly title to focus on the exploding advertising, media and marketing verticals in India.

Campaign India brings readers news on the latest developments, thought-provoking and timely analysis and informed debates on issues that confront practitioners in the country every 14 days.
The title reaches key decision makers and influencers in media planning and buying agencies, creative agencies, PR agencies including senior management, marketing directors and brand managers in companies. Since its launch, Campaign India has grown to be the authoritative voice of the media, marketing and advertising community in the country

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