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Who will win e4m Influencer of Year in 2017

10-October-2017
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Who will win e4m Influencer of Year in 2017

The media and marketing industry is filled with mavericks who have demonstrated vision and leadership over several years. Beginning in 2016, the exchange4media group initiated the Influencer of the Year award, which honours visionaries who have transformed the industry and inspired the next level of growth while progressively using innovative technology for business achievements.

The award is held on the sidelines of exchange4media’s flagship property – The exchange4media Conclave.

Raj Nayak, COO of Colors, was the recipient of the inaugural Influencer of the Year award last year for his various and continuing contributions to the media industry. Who will be the luminary honoured this year?

To find out, stay tuned as we celebrate innovation, vision and pure grit on October 27, 2017 at the Influencer of the Year awards ceremony in Mumbai.

For more details, please visit -
http://events.exchange4media.com/events/conclave2017/

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