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CommunicAsia 2004

This year's CommunicAsia will be held between June 15 and 18, 2004 at the Singapore Expo. The event is generally recognized as one of the largest communications and IT trade event in Asia. And it attracts the patronage of telecommunications and network professionals from all over the world.

The event hopes to bring the latest developments and technologies in the ICT industry. This year, the organizers have raised the bar for the summit, not only to satisfy pent-up demand for new emerging products and solutions, but also to emphasize the business opportunities that exist in Asia.

Senior management and chief executives of major corporations and SMEs in Asian and other countries attend the event, allowing opportunities for business transaction and networking. It is a good platform for solution-seekers and solution providers to meet.

The organizers feel that amidst the changing business landscape and economic outlook, 2004 has the right components to kick-start the road to market recovery and revival. Currently, several Asian countries have already projected growth for their IT and telecommunications industries. And the results look promising. They also feel that it is the best event to launch an aggressive marketing campaign into Asia's lucrative market.

The event which is being organized by Singapore Exhibition Services Private Limited has an impressive record of hosting conferences and similar events. In the past, CommunicAsia2002 has attracted 37,322 visitors, and 1,442 exhibiting companies that have come from 41 countries/regions to showcase their products and solutions.

For more details log on to: www.communicasia.com

 
     
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