The International Newsmedia Marketing Association (INMA) will hold its 2nd Annual South Asia Conference November 13-14 at Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel in Mumbai under the theme of “Building Value in the Newspaper Enterprise.”
The cutting-edge programme includes media practice heads of top consulting/media groups, chief executive officers of the leading Indian newspaper companies, advertising agencies, media planners, industry leaders as well as guest speakers from the United States and Pakistan. The conference boasts of attracting newspaper CEOS, Owners, Publishers and Department Heads of the newspaper industry in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, East Asia and the Middle East.
Investors Panel with Uday Bhansali, Executive Director, Kotak Mahindra Capital/ Ravi Lambah, Managing Director, Citigroup/ Kamal Yadav, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley.
“This truly is an all-star lineup of speakers designed to spark ideas, innovation, and creativity for newspaper executives,” said Ravi Dhariwal, volunteer president of the INMA Asia Division Board of Directors and chief executive officer/publishing of The Times of India. “The INMA conference theme and programme are unique to the South Asian region and to the newspaper industry here.”
INMA is the world’s leading provider of global best practices and marketing ideas for newspaper companies looking to grow amid profound market change. With more than 1,100 members in 82 countries worldwide, INMA produces magazines, newsletters, conferences, reports, awards competitions, and other services to harvest the world’s best ideas to grow audience, revenue, and profitability for newspaper companies. Based in Dallas, the association has offices in New Delhi, Antwerp, and Buenos Aires.