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FIPP Asia countdown: One month to go!

There is now only one month left before the 6th FIPP Asia conference, taking place in Wuhan, China from 14-15 September. If you have not booked your place yet, we suggest you do so today to join us and colleagues from China and beyond there.

 

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The FIPP Asia conference runs alongside the Chine Periodicals’ Media and Technology Fair, an expo attracting Chinese and international technology companies and around 100,000 visitors over 3 days (14, 15 and 16 September).

FIPP Asia and the expo combined gives you an opportunity to get deep, deep insight into media and related developments and opportunities in and from particularly China and the wider Asia region: Sign up today

Click here for more information on FIPP Asia, including the latest agenda and speakers so far confirmed, as well as remaining sponsorship and expo opportunities. Feel free to contact Claire Jones or Natalie Butcher if you have any questions.

We hope to see you in Wuhan! 

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