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Jawhar Sircar, CVL Srinivas, Suhel Seth to talk at Social Media Week

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MUMBAI: Seven days to go for Social Media Week (SMW) which will make its debut in the maximum city on 23 September.



The event will see an exciting list of some of the most renowned professionals as speakers. Interacting with the crowd of Mumbai and speaking in special sessions on every possible aspect of social media will be names like:

1.Subramanian Swamy, President, Janata Party

2.Suhel Seth, Managing Partner, Counselage India

3.Milind Soman, Runner, Model, Actor and Film Producer

4.Gul Panag, Actress and Activist

5.Jawhar Sircar, Chief Executive Officer, Prasar Bharati

6.Dr. Sharad Kale, Padma Sree Award Winner, Professor- Homi Bhabha National Institute

7.Devika Bhojwani, Socialist

8.Alex Oberberg, Global Head of Markets Engagement, Social Media & Digital at Nokia

9.Toby Daniels, CEO & Founder, Social Media Week

10.Richard Lui, Journalist, MSNBC

11.CVL.Srinivas, CEO, GroupM South Asia

12.Max Hegerman, Managing Director, Edelman

13.Simon Ashwin, Head of Digital, Mindshare North Asia

14.Kiruba Shankar, Digital Entrepreneur, Author, Teacher & Farmer

15.Kiran Khalap, Co-Founder, chlorophyll

16.Kalyan Varma, Freelance Wildlife Photographer



Mantralaya is one of the main venues where multiple events will take place for the government employees. Further, many Govt. of Maharashtra officials are actively taking part in this mega festival. Ajay Ambekar, Deputy Secretary Protocol, is on the Advisory Board and Rajesh Aggarwal, Secretary, Directorate of IT, will initiate the proceedings at Mantralaya with an opening address on 24 September.



Multiple venues across the city are hosting the various events at SMW Mumbai. Catch these 100 plus exciting events across five days at iconic venues like: National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA), blueFROG, Barking Deer, GroupM office, Westin and Trident.



Kick start the week running with Milind Soman and end it with a ‘Chai & Pakoda’ bike ride with more than 250 bikers, while partying every evening at various hotspots of the city.



One can register on www.socialmediaweek.org/Mumbai. Registration for all events is free of cost except for some events on the opening & the closing Day.

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