Content Marketing Summit Asia 2016 Set To Make A Bold Statement
The summit is expected to attract over 300 delegates on an action-packed day at the Trident Hotel, BKC Mumbai, on Friday
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With an impressive line up of speakers that comprises mostly the C-Suite, Content Marketing Summit Asia 2016 is up for something phenomenal this year which will go a long way in changing the marketing landscape in India.
The summit is expected to get over 300 delegates on an action-packed day at the Trident Hotel, BKC Mumbai, on September 23.
According to CMS Asia Chairperson R.P. Singh: "We have always promised our delegates a platform where they can learn and empower themselves, this year we have gone an extra mile for delivering on our promise. I am personally satisfied that we have been able to carve a niche for ourselves in a market filled with marketing events as a 'premium-yet-no-frills' conference which focuses only on content coming from great personalities and nothing else."
Singh said while other events focus on networking, after-party, sponsored presentations, paid award entries, "we focus on empowering the audience with education they can apply immediately."
This year, the event has attracted highest number of partnerships from companies who want to join hands with a great industry initiative like this.
BW Businessworld and Everything Experiential are media partners for this event.
The summit started in 2014 in New Delhi. After receiving huge response to its first two editions, the event is now traveling to Mumbai to expand the content marketing ecosystem in India.
ET Now, VML, 92.7 BIG FM are leading partners for the 3rd edition of CMS Asia.
Top management speakers from OLX, Flipkart, Facebook, Google, GE, Yashraj Films, ESPNCricinfo, Panasonic, ScoopWhoop, Reliance, Autocar, Capital Foods, Mahindra, Qyuki, GroupM, Starcom, VML, Capital Foods, MissMalini among other leading brands will converge under one roof to discuss and debate the role of content marketing for the new-age consumers and marketers.
A star attraction of the summit is CMS Asia Awards, which is felicitation of good work done by brands and agencies in content marketing.
"Over 250 entries for awards this year is a good sign, which only shows how content marketing as a discipline has grown quickly. CMS Asia believes that if someone has to genuinely reward the work done in content marketing space, there should be no charges for entering the work for awards and that's one of the reasons for this huge response to awards," the organisers said in a statement.