Marketing meet on realty in Bangalore
Jun 20, 2013
Source : The Hindu Business Line

Event also includes the release of ‘The Red Book of Real Estate - Presented by IndiaProperty.com’. This is a handbook of the leaders in the real estate industry.

People working in Brigade, Bhartiya, Casa Grande, Emaar MGF, IndiaProperty, Sobha, Mantri, Total Environment will share their experiences. The Hindu is the media partner to the event.

Awards to recognise excellence in marketing will be presented to the winning nominations. Applications from leading organisations are being evaluated by an elite jury comprising experts such as Bijou Kurien, President and CEO, Lifestyle at Reliance Retail, L K Gupta, CMO, RedBus, K Ramakrishnan, President and CMO, Cafe Coffee Day, Prof Abraham Koshy, IIM Ahmedabad, Amit Gossain, EVP - Marketing & Business Development, JCB India, and Akshay Mehrotra, CMO, Big Bazaar.

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