Expo dates: 13th -16th April 2010
Venue of IRISH PAVILION; Hall 3F HONG KONG Convention & Exhibition Centre , Hong Kong
Organisers; The Irish Exporters Association , supported by Hong Kong Trade Development corporation and Enterprise Ireland.
The ICT EXPO is an annual event and is one of the most important platforms for ICT players from all over the world to network, make potential business contacts and explore market opportunities in the Greater China region. It is a "one-stop" shop for software, internet, electronics B2B venue for exhibitors to establish contacts with customers from the region and explore business partnerships with resellers and distributors.
Special Incentive package for Irish Internet Association Members:
This is your opportunity to book a place in the Irish Pavilion at the ICT EXPO 2010! Book now and take advantage of this special incentive package created for IIA Members:
- Complimentary Exhibition Booth presence
- Complimentary Hotel accommodation 1 room per company , for 4 nights
- Complimentary tailor -made one on one business service
- Free listing in Fair catalogue and fair website
Please email email@example.com for your booking form today.
BOOKINGS MUST BE MADE WITH IRISH EXPORTERS ASSOCIATION BY 29TH Jan 2010 so contact firstname.lastname@example.org for your booking form today to ensure you meet the deadline.
NB Only fully paid up members of the IIA are eligible for this package so please login and renew before
A guest post from Mark Rodgers, Chair of the International Strategy working group and Managing Director of Cipherion Translations outlining how the first meeting went.
The IIA’s International Strategy Working Group kicked off last week with our first meeting in the Digital Hub. It was duly noted that everyone turned up for the WG meeting on probably one of the hottest evenings of the year in Dublin. Managing to finish the meeting having overrun by a mere 30 minutes ensured that focus was maintained: keep it simple, just do what needs to get done.
The brightest hope for Irish organizations at the moment is to develop a more international strategy and start seeking new markets abroad. In fact many Irish organizations are already operating internationally – from Ryanair to the mom&pop craft organizations that sell into the USA. It’s no revelation to most that the internet is really making it a lot easier for Irish organizations to do business internationally – and this working group aims to bring some of that knowledge and information to a wider IIA audience.
Member of the working group include Una Coleman (Codega Consulting), Jonathan Kyle (Greenjobs.ie), Cathal Cronin (Realex Payments), as well as Eoin O’Siochru (Enterprise Ireland’s E-Business unit), Stephan Brennan (The Digital Hub Development Agency) and myself from Cipherion Translations.
We’ll be kicking off with a survey of members in August on what information / training members are seeking to help make the process of targeting international markets at a lot easier. We’ve already plans afoot for a Breakfast Seminar in October as a well as an Easy-To-Use-Guide that’ll have all the necessary information to help organizations take the next steps in reaching wider global audiences. Others have done it and it isn’t hard.
So keep an eye out for our activities, read about us online and if you have some experience or interest, get in touch with Roseanne, IIA Membership Manager.