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Brand licensing India Speakers

Mr. Antti Ohrling,
Country Director - India, Rovio Entertainment/Angry Birds; Chairman, Ohrling Ltd.

Mr. Ohrling’s trademark, in his own words, is to make things happen. He advises companies on how to capitalise on the opportunities in the new, digitally-driven world, by combining digital possibilities with plain common sense often found in brick-and-mortar environment. Currently the country director of India for Rovio Entertainment/Angry Birds, Mr. Ohrling is a serial entrepreneur who combines creativity with strategy. Though he has 20 international patents to his name, Mr. Ohrling’s forte is business and not technology. He has worked in the FMCG, retail and wholesale, media, advertising and IT and telecommunication industries.

Mr. Ohrling co-founded Blyk, the first and original ad-funded mobile network, in 2005. He was the CEO of Blyk UK and then the Chairman of Blyk Media India until April 2012. Prior to Blyk, he founded Contra Advertising Group, an international advertising group operating in three continents now part of Touch Worldwide. He is currently the Chairman of Contra China based in Beijing. Through his consultancy Ohrling Ltd, Mr. Ohrling guides companies through market entries and re-positioning exercises mainly in the Asia region. He is also a board member of IFBF (Indo-Finnish Business Forum) based in New Delhi and a fellow at RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce), UK.


"The change begins with me."
"I am going to clean up politics."
"I am not looking for a job. I will create jobs."
"You see a challenge. I see opportunity."

National pride, or the spirit that binds us together as a
collective soul, does not have a permanent home in our
hearts and mind. For most of us it responds to the
stimulus of a cricket match, on national holidays or
situations of armed conflict. Most of the times we are
filled with mixed emotions.

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