Indian delegates steal the show at the 4th Edition of FastTrack


Initiated by the Asian Federation of Advertising Associations (AFAA) to develop and supercharge young talents of the communication and marketing industries. Media & Account Planners & Marketing Managers from Madison India, Leo Burnett, JWT, Mahindra SSG, DCB Bank & Contract Advertising joined delegates from Taiwan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

103 Future Leaders have been FastTracked from the India in last 4 years. Top Mentors CEOs / Top Creative Directors from Malaysia spent 14 hours each to Mentor the participants. Margaret Au Yong, the President of the Malaysian Advertisers Association shared a fascinating story of Unpolished Diamonds and spent half a day with participants from.


The program modules focus on personal growth and practical skills training that culminates in a presentation to a panel of esteemed judges. Participants were taken through a journey of self-discovery to acquire insights into their character, reassess their skills and passions in order to propel them forward in their careers.

In the fast paced world that we live in, it’s important to take a moment to stop, reflect and reconnect with our heart and personal passions. FastTrack is a Professional Excellence Program that is designed to inspire from within and give young talents a boost as well as connect them with key leaders of the industry that they can be mentored by

Bharat Avalani,

Chief Knowledge Officer, AFAA

What sets this program apart from other trainings in the industry is how we have incorporated the experiential methodology to inspire deeper learning. We designed this program for AFAA with the aim of nurturing each and every participant in becoming extraordinary professional leaders and go further than they ever dreamed possible

Raymond So,

Chairman AFAA

FastTrack has consistently received highly positive feedback and 100% satisfaction rate from participants and this intake was no exception. Nikhita Arora from Madison Communications Pvt. Ltd India, Account Director summed it up: “The training is beautiful beyond words and no amount of words or feedback can do it justice. You guys change lives!”

Asian Federation of Advertising Associations was founded in 1978 and has representations in 15 Asian nations (Japan, Korea, Taipei, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan and UAE). Its primary objectives are to unify all Asian associations involved in the various aspects of advertising and upgrade the standards, ethics, and practices of advertising and to bring about a meaningful contribution from advertising activities to both regional and national socio-economic development.