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It is always gratifying to be appreciated, especially when it comes from a person who knows his line pretty well.
Katherine, of Decent Marketing has put a post on her blog on “Marketing in India – Read Between the Ps“, and has some nice words to say for my budding blog!

Katherine is a former Director of Experiential Marketing at the Coca Cola Company and is on the Board of International Experiential Marketing Association. She is considered to be one of the best in her field, and believes in delivering the BEST in Marketing to her clients in organizations across the US.
The best part is … She owns a consulting company called Engage, and is involved in developing strategies and concepts related to Experiential Marketing!
[Thats the most inspiring bit 🙂 ]
Thanks a lot Katherine. Its always a great learning to get inputs from Fellow Bloggers.
Keep watching this space!

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