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Engage in Integrated Business Interactions at CommunicAsia2011 and BroadcastAsia2011

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Singapore, Jun 21, 2011 (ACN Newswire via COMTEX) — Visitors to CommunicAsia2011 and BroadcastAsia2011 – Asia’s premier business event for the global broadcasting, digital media and infocomm (ICT) industries – will enjoy a new integrated business experience as the shows open today at the prestigious Marina Bay Sands and the award-winning Suntec Singapore respectively.

Held from 21 to 24 June, the downtown venues bring purpose-built conference, meeting and hospitality suite facilities to allow for increased high-level networking and knowledge-sharing opportunities on and off the exhibition show floors of CommunicAsia2011 and BroadcastAsia2011. More than 55,000 industry visitors, exhibitors, conference speakers and delegates, and media guests from over 100 countries and regions are expected to attend.

“CommunicAsia2011 and BroadcastAsia2011 continue to remain the platform of choice for the broadcasting, digital media and infocomm technology industries,” said Mr. Stephen Tan, Chief Executive of show organiser, Singapore Exhibition Services (SES). “The additional facilities at the new venues will provide a conducive environment for them to network, discuss the latest industry trends, and pursue new business opportunities.”

This year, CommunicAsia and BroadcastAsia features over 2,000 exhibitors from 59 countries and regions showcasing the latest technologies and solutions available today. Ranging from small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to multinational companies (MNCs), the two shows occupy more than 55,000 square metres of floor space. The robust interest in exhibition space highlights the increasing importance of the shows as a platform for companies to reach out to the global marketplace.

 

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Via Market Watch

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