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http://cogniz.at/asiarising Asia-Pacific’s digital story is all about growth — massive growth. Digital is the key to addressing the wants and needs of current and future online consumers, who will represent half of Asia’s population by 2020, up from one-third today. Asia-Pac has become a crucial growth engine for many companies, across industries — perhaps sooner than most global economy pundits had imagined. While digitally-enabled consumers throughout the world are shaking up business models, value chains and ecosystems, nowhere is this more apparent than in this region. What’s happening in Asia-Pacific is a preview of the changes that will come to other regions. Learn more: www.cogniz.at/asiarising
Menguruskan akaun media sosial tidak semudah membuka akaun Facebook, Twitter dan lain-lain. Seperti medium komunikasi yang lain, media sosial juga terdedah kepada pelbagai masalah. Tetapi, bagaimanakah cara untuk mengelakkannya menular menjadi masalah dalam perhubungan awam? Tim Sharp dan Goon Chee Hung daripada Asia Pacific Digital akan merungkai cara-cara para pemilik jenama mengatasi masalah ini dan memberikan panduan untuk menguruskan akaun-akaun media sosial anda.
By 2015, digital media will dominate over 20% of the media budget, while programmatic buying will continue to grow. Learn what the Asia-Pacific market is saying about this evolving advertising space.
John Kerr, Regional Director, Edelman Digital APAC provides an overview of a new piece of research - the quarterly Asia-Pacific Digital Brand Index (DBI). The DBI is the first country-by-country comparison of online conversation and digital engagement about technology brands across eight APAC markets.
Industry professionals from East and West reflect on the global digital explosion, the rise of streaming and the scale of future income as China and Asia fully adopts. Speakers: ALOK (Artist, Brazil) Bart Cools (Warner Music Group, Executive Vice President/Global A&R Marketing Dance Music, UK/NL) Eric Reithler-Barros (A2LiVE/DianYinTai, MD/CCO, China) Jessie Wang (NetEase Cloud Music, International Business Director, China) Spencer Tarring (Pyro Music, CEO, China) Moderated by Mark Lawrence (AFEM: Association for Electronic Music, CEO, UK)
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18th Asian Security Conference on Securing Cyberspace: Asian and International Perspectives February 9-11, 2016 organised by the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA) from 11-13 February 2015. For more details visit: http://idsa.in/asc/index.html