This is an advertisement Register Here Adobe today announced a powerful lineup of industry leaders including SpiceJet Ltd, Taj Group, IDFC Bank, MakeMyTrip and HDFC Life, who are set to take the stage at Symposium 2016 (#AdobeSymp), the country’s largest digital marketing conference. More than 1,000 of India’s top marketers and business executives are expected at the event, to be held on 28 April, 2016 at the Grand Hyatt Mumbai. Speakers from some of India’s most digitally-advanced brands will join senior Adobe executives including Brad Rencher, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Adobe’s Digital Marketing business; and Umang Bedi Managing Director for Adobe South Asia on the main stage to showcase how digital is disrupting business models across industries and helping companies transform customer experiences. Symposium 2016 will give attendees a head start into the current state of digital marketing worldwide, exploring the latest global and national trends, market forecasts, innovative strategies and sharing best practices. Talking about the forthcoming conference, Umang Bedi, Managing Director - South Asia at Adobe said, “India’s digital economy is today in a breakout phase, with a host of credible reports suggesting that the number of people getting online will double over the next couple of years. With people consuming more content across more devices than ever before in our history, today is the era of the connected consumer. At the same time, the market is seeing an explosion of data flowing through devices, servers and the cloud. Smart businesses are making moves to…
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