Christian Postagian is a lecturer of advertising at New Bulgarian University and co-author and director of the Master Programme "Advertising Management". He teaches the courses "Media Planning", "Principles of marketing communications", "International Advertising", "Visual Merchandising", "Advertising and Media" and others. He has graduated marketing in the University for National and World Economy. His practical experience in the field of advertising dates back from 1998 as an Account Manager at Adia Advertising Agency (representative of the Financial Times), and lately as a manager of the consulting company "Brand Spirit."
Two type of complaints may be submitted to the National Council for Self-regulation in case of a breach of:
1. Ethical Code - related to the content (misleading, offensive, inappropriate for children etc.) of an advertisement or any other form of commercial communiaction or
2. Rules for Online Behavioral Advertising (OBA) - related to targeted at selected internet users behavioural advertising. To learn about OBA and what you can do prior to submitting an OBA complaint.
А Complaint is a formal document, claim, plea or request, concerning any form of commercial communication which gives proof of breach of the ethical rules or indicates a possible breach that requires further investigation.