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Thursday, 21 November 2019 13:44

AAAI includes digital agencies as members

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Looking at the new age technologies and changing times, the Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) has now opened up membership doors to the digital agencies. They can now become full-fledged independent members.

Earlier, independent digital agencies were left out from the AAAI as membership was only open to Creative, Media & Full Service Agencies. Membership to the AAAI not only helps protect their interests, and gives representation on industry forums, but also benefits the larger digital marketing ecosystem.

Advertising Agencies Association of India president, Dentsu Aegis Network CEO Asia Pacific, chairman India Ashish Bhasin commented:  “It is absolutely essential to include the Digital Agencies as our members since digital is an important and ever-increasing part of our industry. With this in mind, Anupriya Acharya was nominated by the Executive Committee of AAAI to drive the Digital Media Forum, which has now resulted in the opening up of Membership for the Digital Agencies to become full-fledged members of Advertising Agencies Association of India, for the first time in our 75 years of history as an association. On behalf of AAAI, I welcome the Digital Agencies to our membership fold and thank Anupriya Acharya for driving this initiative.”

AAAI VP, Publicis Media India CEO Anupriya Acharya added; “With digital advertising becoming so mainstream, there are many digital agencies operating in this space now. Hence, it is important that AAAI begins incorporating these too, to be truly representative of the current industry environment. In order to enable greater participation from the digital agencies, we created the first-ever Digital Agency Forum wherein we got key leaders from digital agencies of existing AAAI members to identify important areas that are unique to the digital agencies and find solutions to address some of their challenges and opportunities.”

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