AdAsia 2021 Macao to be streamed on Dec 3

30 Nov,2021

By Our Staff


The first day of the AdAsia Macao 2021 conference being held as a virtual event this year will be streamed into an event being planned for select invitees of the marcom industry on December 3.


Srinivasan Swamy

Srinivasan K Swamy

Said Srinivasan Swamy, Vice Chairman Asian Federation of Advertising Associations (AFAA): “The first day at an AdAsia is eagerly looked forward to. This streaming would include the inaugural session with the awards ceremony, the keynote address by Mark Read Global CEO WPP and other interesting speeches and presentations, by leaders of industry like James Murphy Founder New Commercial Arts (previously founder of Adam&Eve DDB which was Cannes Lions Agency of the Decade), Rajeev Chaba, President and M.D. Morros Garage Motor India, Cynthia Lau Director of CruiSo Digital Solutions, Mann Lao Founder and Creative Director Chiii Design, to name a few. I am glad the Advertising Council of India has taken up this unique and useful initiative and I thank IAA India Chapter for having led this effort.”


Locally, there will ba panel discussion featuring industry leaders like Megha Tata, MD- South Asia, Discovery Communications India & President IAA India Chapter; Pradeep Dwivedi, Group CEO & Executive Director, Eros International Media Ltd & Vice President IAA India Chapter; Sam Balsara, Chairman, Madison World; Anupriya Acharya, CEO- South Asia, Publicis Groupe & President-AAAI, who will discuss the relevance and implications of the keynote address on the Future of Marketing in a brave new world in the Indian context.”


Megha Tata

Megha Tata

Adds Tata:”The AdAsia has always been known for its rich content and its great networking. Now, this hybrid effort combines the two features in a venue right here in Mumbai and we are inviting a select group of 100 marcom professionals.”


Those interested in registering for this event can contact soumen/ Entry is strictly restricted to registered invitees only.



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