Asia Pacific media forum planned in Bali

Himalayan News Service

Kathmandu, January 24:

Association of Asia Pacific Advertising Media (AAPAM) is organising a two-day long Asia Pacific Media Forum in Bali, Indonesia, from March 13-15.

The forum is the official event of the Asian Federation of Advertising Associations (AFAA) held bi-annually to fertilise good understanding among different elements of Asia-Pacific advertising industry through friendship, exchange of information and enrichment of knowledge.

According to AAPAM, the conference will be attended by advertising media professionals, agency heads, leaders of media houses, research companies, advertisers plus enthusiasts. The conference is expected to address various issues and changes in both advertising media and consumers and how those changes impact on advertising media, advertising agencies, media specialists and ultimately clients.

The forum will help increase advertising industry standards, particularly in media-related issues, whilst providing participants with new business opportunities. The forum also expects participants from interactive and cyber organisations, media vendors, government officials, and software companies.

Speakers in APMF will consist of prominent figures from major advertisers, multinational agencies, research companies and media industry.