Sam Balsara

Sam Balsara’s daughter Tanya steals the limelight for work with visually-challenged

Sam Balsara’s daughter Tanya steals the limelight for work with visually-challenged

Mumbai: From the Balsara family—Sam Balsara and Lara Balsara—the father-daughter duo always got their share of limelight for their work i...Read More

Ajay Piramal awarded IAA Business Leader 2018; Sam Balsara is 2018 IAA Hall of Fame inductee

Ajay Piramal awarded IAA Business Leader 2018; Sam Balsara is 2018 IAA Hall of Fame inductee

At the sixth edition of coveted Leadership Awards by the International Advertising Association’s (IAA) India Chapter, Ajay Piramal and Sa...Read More

Talent capital is still Mumbai: Sam Balsara, Chairman and MD, Madison World

Talent capital is still Mumbai: Sam Balsara, Chairman and MD, Madison World

Sam Balsara, Chairman and Managing Director of Madison World, is the senior-most media professional in the country. He has seen the indus...Read More

Mumbai is undoubtedly the gateway of Indian advertising

Mumbai is undoubtedly the gateway of Indian advertising

By virtue of being the commercial capital of India, where most consumer goods companies had their head offices, Mumbai became the obvious...Read More

Khumaar, the musical intoxication 

Khumaar, the musical intoxication 

Sujata Majumdar in an exclusive interview with the multi-dimensional personality Bipin Pandit whose popular musical group Khumaar recentl...Read More

Industry stalwarts turn the spotlight on emerging agencies’ challenges

Industry stalwarts turn the spotlight on emerging agencies’ challenges

Madison’s Sam Balsara, Olx’s Amarjit Batra, RK Swamy’s Srinivasan K Swamy, among others, discuss the success path for small agencies in t...Read More

IAA Debates: Industry captains Sam Balsara, Ashish Bhasin, Sameer Satpathy and Shireesh Joshi engaged in a lively debate

IAA Debates: Industry captains Sam Balsara, Ashish Bhasin, Sameer Satpathy and Shireesh Joshi engaged in a lively debate

Theme of debate was “Agencies are not rapidly reinventing themselves to stay relevant to changing advertiser needs”

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