Campaign India Team
Jul 09, 2012

Digital Asia Festival opens for entries and registrations

Scheduled for November, the Digital Asia Festival is organised by Lions Festivals and Haymarket Media Asia, and includes the Digital Media Awards

Digital Asia Festival opens for entries and registrations

The newly launched Digital Asia Festival, incorporating the sixth edition of the Digital Media Awards, is now open for entries and delegate registrations. The festival is being positioned as a two-day event for learning, networking and celebrating the best that Asia’s digital marketing industry has to offer,

The Digital Asia Festival is organised by Lions Festivals and Haymarket Media Asia.

The festival will take place on 7 and 8 November at the Grand Millennium hotel in Beijing, China. Myriam Coupard, festival director of the Digital Asia Festival, said, "At a time when digital expertise has never been more important, the Digital Asia Festival not only offers clients, agencies and media owners the chance to display and celebrate their best digital offerings, but also learn from industry leaders about the current trends and developments in digital communications and network with like-minded people."

Entries can now be submitted online at www.digitalasiafestival.com/general/how-to-enter. Entry deadline is 31 August, 2012.

Registrations can be made online at www.digitalasiafestival.com/general/register-now

Source:
Campaign India

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