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Thought leaders Rob Middleton, Graeme Newell & Fiona King to speak at PromaxBDA 2016 in India
MUMBAI: PromaxBDA, the association that represents more than 10,000 companies and promotion & marketing professionals at every major media organization has announced the 13th edition of its annual conference PromaxBDA India 2016. Joining the most prestigious awards for creative endeavor in the media marketing space, Rob Middleton, Graeme Newell & Fiona King, the world renowned market visionaries will be holding workshops at the conference. Like every year, PromaxBDA is encouraging marketing professionals to send in their best work, which stands a chance of being recognized at the PromaxBDA Awards in the midst of the best in the business. PromaxBDA Boot Camp is slated to take place on May 11 at Indian School of Design & Innovation whereas Master Class is scheduled for May 12 at The Westin, Mumbai.
The event will witness a lineup of workshops such as Branding Workshop: Best Practices for Recruiting New Viewers by Graeme Newell, a consultant and thought leader on emotional marketing. The second on the list is Promo Workshop: What the hell am I doing? By Rob Middleton, who is a regular speaker at our PromaxBDA conferences. Due to popular demand, he is back again this year with his full day workshop. The third workshop is on Marketing workshop: Marketing and Technology – The Birth of a New Age in Media by Fiona King, a leading marketing executive.
Showcasing the latest creative techniques in promotion-creation, these workshops will also give an insight in the workings of the marketing industry. The learning from these workshops will include learning the critical steps for making one’s brand irresistible to new customers, specific strategies behind some of television’s most successful viewer expansions, to learning how to develop hypothetical new media brands, delving deeper into what makes a brand a success.
Commenting on this year’s conference, Rajika Mittra, Country Head (India), PromaxBDA said, “After getting an overwhelming response to the new format last year, we have decided to stick to the same format. This year we have marked a 25% increase in our call for award entries than last year. With workshops in Boot Camp and Master Class sessions, participants can sharpen their skills and get inspired by some the world’s most respected international and local industry experts. This edition will witness marketing giants and thought leaders like Graeme Newell, Rob Middleton and Fiona King as workshop trainers”.