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Meet More Than 100 Online Marketing & Advertising Companies at TFM&A

2010-09-17 18:36 1464

SHANGHAI, Sept. 17 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Since registration opened for Technology for Marketing & Advertising China (TFM&A), hundreds of marketers and advertisers have signed up every day and more than 1,000 people have already qualified for a free pass. The launch event is preparing to welcome more than 4,000+ B2B visitors. More than 70 exhibitors have joined us including leading suppliers such as RenRen, Tencent, TNT Mail China, Epsilon, Info Salon China, Velo, Selligent, adSage, Radica Systems, Web Power, Darwinmarketing, Kejet, InfoPrint and many more. Plus, nearly 40 leading media partners, from home and abroad, have confirmed their support for the event including DMA, ADMA, HKDMA, ChinaDMA, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ASIA, DMI, PR Newswire Asia, Adasia, itv-Asia, V Marketing China, etc.

Visitors to TFM&A will be able to hear from a prestigious line-up of industry experts from companies including, Baidu, Google, Cisco China, 21st Century Business Herald, Oak Pacific Interactive, L'Oreal China, Sephora, Velo. The 34 conference sessions and panel discussions over 2 days, will address the latest & future marketing and advertising trends. Here is just a snap shot of what there is on offer:

  • Google, Ann Wang, Head of AdSense, Google Greater China and Korea - "The Perfect Combination of Science and Art: The Future of Integrated Marketing"
  • Baidu, Cui Cunbin, Senior Business Analytics Manager - "Beyond Keywords - How to Understand Customer Behavior"

TFM&A China's content will focus on the combination of Chinese marketing and international trends, where measuring and increasing the ROI of online marketing & advertising campaigns is paramount. We will also be providing the industry with commentary on the growth of digital, where, in the past three years, the mainland's digital publication industry - mobile phone publishing, online gaming, advertising, e-books - grew at an average pace of 55.7 percent annually. With 420 million internet users at the end of June, the digital publishing market is huge and growing fast on the mainland. New businesses have been spawned, especially for mobile phones. The number of mobile phone users on the mainland has topped 800 million. And the China Internet Network Information Centre (CNNIC) reported that 65.9 percent of the total internet population access the Web through their mobile phones.

Each qualified candidate will get a free pass. The Pass is only available on a first-come-first-served basis, while they last!  http://www.tfmchina.com

Qualify for VIP visitor status now -- TFM&A will select qualified VIP visitors from all pre-registrations who will enjoy exclusive access to the VIP lounge & preferred seating at the conferences. Register now for the chance to win VIP status.

 

2010 TFM&A China

Date: October 27-28, 2010 (Wednesday and Thursday)

Venue: Shanghai Pudong Expo, China (201 Hehuan Rd)

Website: www.tfmchina.com

PR Contact

Audrey Shum

021- 62787488*8701

audrey.shum@ubm.com

About TFM&A

Technology For Marketing (TFM) was launched in 2001 by United Business Media, the leading global business media company with 180 plus years of history. As UK's only integrated marketing-solutions event delivering digital, data and CRM solutions for marketing professionals, the expo and conference offer the qualified visitors unique access to a full range of marketing & advertising solutions and best of breed practice via the content rich seminar programs.

About UBM

United Business Media is a leading global business media company. We inform markets and bring the world's buyers and sellers together at events, online, in print and provide them with the information they need to do business successfully. We focus on serving professional commercial communities, from doctors to game developers, from journalists to jewellery traders, from farmers to pharmacists around the world. Our 6,500 staff in more than 30 countries are organised into specialist teams that serve these communities, helping them to do business and their markets to work effectively and efficiently.

Source: UBM China
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