Wizcraft Founder Sabbas Joseph To Head EEMA - India’s Experiential And Event Marketing Association
The Event and Entertainment Management Association (EEMA) has announced Mr Sabbas Joseph, one of the three Founder Directors of Wizcraft, as its President to assume charge in a week from now.
Sabbas Joseph is the creative force behind Wizcraft and heads sales and marketing, IP development, corporate business and brand activation divisions within the company. He has been an active member of the entertainment committees of CII, FICCI and EEMA. A master’s degree holder in political science from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, a professional in media and communication, Wiz Sabbas went on to study journalism at the Xavier’s Institute of Communications, Mumbai.
Sabbas’s election for the post has been unanimous, while the formal announcement would be made at EEMAGINE 2014, EEMA’s Annual Convention to be held at Kochi from 18-20 July before the general body at the AGM.
EEMA’s President and Chairman at Fountainhead Entertainment Pvt Ltd, Mr Brian Tellis, would be doing a formal handover to Mr Joseph at the AGM scheduled for 18th July in Cochin where the general body would be converging to appoint the new members of the National Executive Committee, and deliberate on other matters.
Mr.Michael Menezes, Founder President EEMA and Managing Director Showtime group said ‘ it's a step in the right direction and a very positive one for EEMA and the industry at large.
Brian Tellis said, "EEMA has grown organically since its inception 7 years ago.It now stands poised for exponential growth and increased relevance in the entertainment and experiential domains.This augers well for the Industry and its vision going forward"
Sabbas Joseph said, “ My role at EEMA gives me the humble chance to give back to an industry that we are passionate about. Global standards, global standards for engagement with clients and the supply chain need to be implemented and we are on a mission to do that in the shortest possible time. It’s an exciting opportunity"