BrocastAsia and CommunicAsia to Host More Than 2,000 Exhibitors

Singapore trade shows BroadcastAsia and CommunicAsia are set to expand beyond its previous edition in 2010 as organiser, Singapore Exhibition Services (SES), expects more than 2,000 exhibitors to attend the shows. This year’s edition of CommunicAsia will be relocated to the Marina Bay Sands, while BroadcastAsia remains at Suntec Singapore in a split venue format.

A free shuttle service will be organised for transportation between the venues. More than 650 exhibitors from 43 countries were registered for BroadcastAsia, up 7 percent, compared with last year’s edition. Both events will run June 21-24.

Victor Wong, project director of communication events at Singapore Exhibition Services, said, “We have received strong support from the vast majority of participating international companies on this move. The ability to host all their activities in the respective venues makes it easier for exhibitors to offer a mix of hospitality and educational activities to their business partners. With a 7-percent increase in exhibitor participation, we see more companies investing in CommunicAsia as their activities in the respective venues makes it easier for exhibitors to offer a mix of hospitality and educational activities to their business partners. With a 7-percent increase in exhibitor participation, we see more companies investing in CommunicAsia as their platform of choice to grow their business in Asia and beyond.”

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