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IOAA Board elects Sunil Vasudeva as Chairman, Alok Jalan as Vice Chairman
IOAA Board elects Sunil Vasudeva as Chairman, Alok Jalan as Vice Chairman

In OOH News By M4G Bureau - July 26, 2019

Sunil Vasudeva has taken over the President’s role from Noomi Mehta who held this position for 11 consecutive years

Display Metrics India unveils OOH metrics development roadmap
Display Metrics India unveils OOH metrics development roadmap

In OOH News By Rajiv Raghunath - January 18, 2019

Display Metrics has teamed up with Czech Republic-based MGE Data and the Indian arm of IPSOS to develop Metrics for Out-of-Home Displays (MOD) for the Indian OOH industry in association with IOAA

IOAA appoints A R Sreedhar as General Manager
IOAA appoints A R Sreedhar as General Manager

In OOH News By M4G Bureau - October 24, 2018

Sreedhar is a Chartered Accountant with 24 + years in various roles including National Commercial Head for a Consumer Durables giant

OAC 2018 to feature an Open House with IOAA
OAC 2018 to feature an Open House with IOAA

In OOH News By M4G Bureau - July 05, 2018

The Open House deliberations will focus upon regulatory matters (licensing policies, imposition of taxes with retrospective effect &/or new taxes / duties leading to unmanageably high cost base, curbs on use of PVC flex/vinyl) and payment irregularities

IOAA initiates separate chapter for large format digital printers
IOAA initiates separate chapter for large format digital printers

In OOH Solutions By Rajiv Raghunath - November 20, 2017

At the inaugural meeting in support of this initiative, conducted in New Delhi on November 16, IOAA underlined the criticality of putting in place a dedicated vertical chapter helps the digital printers in dealing with issues relating to regulatory mandates, GST provisions, among others

IOAA, AAAI agree on S-O-P for regulating Indian outdoor advertising industry
IOAA, AAAI agree on S-O-P for regulating Indian outdoor advertising industry

In OOH News By M4G Bureau - November 15, 2017

Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) and Indian Outdoor Advertising Association (IOAA) have arrived at a Standard Operating Procedure (S-O-P) to be followed by members of both Associations with a view to regulating and growing the Indian outdoor advertising industry. Version 5.6 of S-O-P has been thus ushered in

‘If investments are delayed till the ground is right, it will be too late’
‘If investments are delayed till the ground is right, it will be too late’

In Digital OOH By M4G Bureau - August 18, 2017

There is no straight answer to the question – when will DOOH come into its own in India. Noomi Mehta, President, Indian Outdoor Advertising Association (IOAA) and Chairman, Selvel One Group, talks about the enabling factors, as also the challenges, that will drive or inhibit DOOH media expansion in India. Edited excerpts of the interview:

IOAA initiates steps to develop OOH Qualification Packs, Occupation Standards
IOAA initiates steps to develop OOH Qualification Packs, Occupation Standards

In OOH News By Rajiv Raghunath - April 12, 2017

IOAA, as part of the Media & Entertainment Skill Centre (MESC), has initiated the steps to develop detailed Qualification Packs and Occupation Standards for each job involved in the OOH media business.

Urban development ministry sets the stage for national outdoor advertising policy
Urban development ministry sets the stage for national outdoor advertising policy

In OOH News By M4G Bureau - March 20, 2017

Indian Outdoor Advertising Association (IOAA), in coordination with business chamber PHDCCI, has presented the draft guidelines for a National Policy on Outdoor Advertising to the Apex Committee on Atal Mission for Rejuvenation & Urban Transformation (AMRUT). The meeting was held in the presence of Additional Secretary, Union Ministry of Urban Development

IOAA issues advisory on Service Tax compliance
IOAA issues advisory on Service Tax compliance

In OOH News By VJ Media Bureau - July 13, 2015

The IOAA advisory states that under the Service Tax rules, firms must raise bills within 14 days of completion of service. Delays in this regard will attract penal provisions

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