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Broadband & TV Connect Asia cemented itself as the meeting place for C-Level Executives, many of whom ranked this event as their favourite in the region due to both the ease and quality of networking opportunities alongside the cutting edge conference programme.
Across the 2 days, there were 653 attendees (up 26% vs 2013) but more impressive is the fact that there were 400 operator representatives, including some of the most influential names from across the APAC Region. Operator attendance increased 30% year on year AND, given their positive feedback, we are in a very strong position to attract even more in 2015.
Seniority of Attendees
77% of the attendees were Director Level & above and more than 50 joined the Executive Drinks Reception at 1- Altitude Bar (the world’s highest al fresco bar overlooking Marina Bay) to meet and engage with the crème de la crème of APAC’s Telco and TV & Media industries.
The leading operators and broadcasters used Broadband & TV Connect Asia to communicate their thoughts for the region whilst also highlighting the issues and opportunities that exist in the market. We would like to pay particular thanks to our Host Operator Partners IDA, StarHub, Nucleus Connect and My Republic as well as SingTel, HKBN, CSL, Telekom Malaysia, YTL Communications, PCCW, PLDT, PacNet, KT, Viettel and Google who all delivered fascinating keynotes.
Technology Presentations came from some of the world’s most innovative solutions providers including Huawei, Ericsson, Oracle, Amdocs, Binatone, Cambium, Pace, Brocade, Irdeto, Nominum, Conax and ZTE which ensured that the latest solutions and products were thoroughly discussed and debated under the guidance of Informa’s expert analyst Tony Brown. We were hugely impressed with the level of engagement, particularly as many of the keynotes ended with standing room only