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The Asian Marketing Effectiveness & Strategy Conference & Awards (AMES) 2016 has announced its first set of speakers. The event is to be hosted in Singapore on 31 May 2016.
The speakers enlisted thus far, and the topics they will address, are:
Andrea Hayes, festivals director, said, “The Asian Marketing Effectiveness & Strategy Conference represents a carefully curated selection of great speakers, critical topics, and interesting viewpoints. It offers real insights into marketing strategies and will empower delegates with fresh, innovative ideas and an understanding of the importance of marketing effectiveness.”
The last date for early bird registration is 30 March 2016. AMES also offers discounted registration package for delegates under 30.
More at www.ames.asia.
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