Tonight NAWIC is hosting an informal evening with Raj Nandan, Managing Director and Publisher of Indesign Publishing. Raj is the key driving force behind the ever-growing publishing house, maintaining the mantra of “making architecture and design accessible in the region and beyond”. As part of the Success Series, the event will see Raj Nandan take […]
May 4th, 2010
Tonight NAWIC is hosting an informal evening with Raj Nandan, Managing Director and Publisher of Indesign Publishing.
Raj is the key driving force behind the ever-growing publishing house, maintaining the mantra of “making architecture and design accessible in the region and beyond”.
As part of the Success Series, the event will see Raj Nandan take centre stage to discuss the vision and drive that has cemented his success in a hugely competitive industry.
Raj Nandan was involved in the purchase of his first magazine title, Architectural Review Australia (ARA) at age 22.
Up to the year 2000 Raj worked as Publisher on a number of publications before launching the Indesign boutique-publishing house in Sydney, with launch title Indesign magazine, now on issue 41.
The event will be held at CBRE Corproate Global Services, Level 4, 24 York Street, Sydney on Tuesday 4 May 2010 and is free to all NAWIC members.
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