Oracle Signs As Lead Sponsor For Premier International Retailing Conference Coming To Hong Kong

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
January 15, 2010

Hong Kong (January 15, 2010) /ChinaNewswire.com/ — Renowned Australasian conference “Retail World” will launch into the fast changing Asian Retail market May 18-19, 2010, with Oracle as a sponsor.

Taking place at the prestigious five-star Intercontinental Hotel in Hong Kong, this landmark event will offer two days of insight, direction and inspiration for Asia’s retail Industry.

Over two days of intense learning, focused debates and inspirational presentations across parallel ‘Management’and ‘Technology’ streams, every business critical issue will be interrogated and examined via simultaneous translation. Retail industry executives in attendance will discover and discuss the latest developments in core sector issues with a powerful industry driven agenda focused on strategic and practical analysis of retail industry imperatives.

The organizers, Association and Communications events, have recently opened their Hong Kong office and are calling for interest in sponsorship and speaking opportunities.

Leading international solutions provider, Oracle, have already been confirmed as the event’s lead sponsor. Retailers with a leading story to share with their industry, or technology suppliers with a track record of excellence are invited to submit their interest via the event website: www.retail-world.com.hk or on the event hotline +852-8228-2019.

About Association and Communications Events:
Association and Communications Events Limited are a leading regional conference and event organiser. With an extremely well established portfolio of industry focused conferences, the company’s rapid growth now includes expanding their highly successful Retail World Summit into the Asian region.

CONTACT INFORMATION
  • Contact:
    Dominic Patterson
    Director of Production
    Association and Communications Events
    852-8228-2021
    dominic@retail-world.com.hk










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