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BroadcastAsia and CommunicAsia to bring together broadcast, digital media & infocomm communities
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ASIA’S largest industry events for the broadcast, digital media and infocomm technology industries, BroadcastAsia2011 (BCA2011) and CommunicAsia2011 (CMMA2011) , return to Singapore from June 21-24. The two shows will be held concurrently at Suntec Singapore and Marina Bay Sands respectively..

Billed as the industry events of choice in Asia, BCA2011 and CMMA2011 will serve as the premier launch pad for companies to introduce cutting-edge technologies and solutions designed to enhance global connectivity for consumers and businesses, and shape the future of digital content delivery across the world..

Organiser Singapore Exhibition Services (SES) expects 2011 to be a milestone year for both shows.

According to SES, attendees will experience an enhanced show atmosphere with the introduction of Technology Trails at BCA2011 and TechZones at CMMA2011, where key exhibitors are organised by breakthrough technologies.

The theme of this year’s WDSF is In addition, the abundance and variety of purpose-built conference rooms, seminar rooms and hospitality suite facilities at the two venues allow for increased high-level networking and knowledge-sharing opportunities between exhibitors and attendees.

“These developments follow the success of last year’s shows, which attracted a total of more than 55,000 industry visitors, exhibitors, conference speakers and delegates, and media representatives from over 100 countries and regions. This year, attendees can look forward to a myriad of the newest technologies, products and solutions from some 2,000 multinational and small and medium-sized companies.

Says Victor Wong, SES project director of Communication Events: “There is no other combination of events worldwide where the broadcast, digital media and infocomm technology industries come together in one city during the same week.

“Together, BroadcastAsia2011 and CommunicAsia2011 serve as the key international platform in Asia for business leaders, government officials and trade professionals to network, discuss the hottest industry trends and critical issues, and pursue high-growth opportunities that will shape the way digital content is delivered to and between us, both in work and play.

“Hosting the events in their new, in-town venues will enhance sourcing activities, networking opportunities and knowledge-sharing potential both on and off the exhibition floors. In today’s fast-paced, ever-changing technology industry, face-to-face and open forum meetings have never been more important.”

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2011 Apr Stories:

Soaring inflation, rising concerns Part 1: What’s hot and what’s not for Asian consumer markets?

Singapore’s ‘new downtown’ at Marina Bay comes to life

BroadcastAsia and CommunicAsia to bring together broadcast, digital media & infocomm communities

Key trends and developments impacting Asia-Pacific retailers

Dazzling housewares showcase leaves many visitors asking for more time

Fairprice commits to ‘convenience’ with more hypermarket openings

PayPal expands its payment services into retail stores

Consumers gravitating towards mobile POS checkout, says study

DHL sets up global retail sector business

CapitaMall buys Singapore’s Iluma

PepsiCo makes world’s first ‘green’ bottle, relaunches quieter SunChips eco-bag

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