PTC Mid-Year Seminar and Exhibition 2004 in China (PTC'05)

Venue: Hua Tian Software Building

Location: Tianjin, China

Event Date/Time: Sep 14, 2004 End Date/Time: Sep 07, 2004
Early Registration Date: Jul 31, 2004
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Description

Tianjin, People’s Republic of China, will be the venue for the PTC Mid-Year Seminar and Exhibition 2004 at the new Hua Tian Software Building in Tianjin’s Hi-Tech Industrial Park. The seminar, “China – Opportunities and Challenges for the World’s IT and ICT Industries”, will occur on 14-15 September 2004. In conjunction with the seminar, the latest technologies and products will be featured at the PTC Mid-Year exhibition, which run from 14-17 September 2004. These events are organized by the Tianjin Municipal Informatization Office, the Pacific Telecommunications Council, the Tianjin Hi-Tech Industry Park, and Dragon Telecom.

China is emerging as Asia’s foremost telecommunications market and will have a dramatic impact on ICT in the coming decade. International leaders from business, government, and academia will convene to focus on and discuss the latest ICT trends, developments, opportunities, and challenges in China. “All of us who participate will gain a wealth of new information and valuable personal contacts,” says Bruce Drake, PTC’s president and chair of the board of governors. Registration information is available at www.MY2004.org and early-bird registration rates are available until 31 July 2004

Seminar topics will include:
· Telecommunication Trends in China
· Development of Software for China Telecom Field
· Network Security
· e-Government
· Regulatory Issues
· Mobile/Wireless Communications
· Broadcasting Issues
· Distance Learning
· Satellite
· Submarine

Through participation in this historic and unique seminar and exhibition your position in China’s ICT market will be greatly enhanced. By attending this year’s PTC Mid-Year, you will receive:
· First-hand, up-to-date information and knowledge on the current technologies, products and applications in the ICT market.
· A unique and vibrant atmosphere with opportunities to develop and strengthen vital business contacts and networks in the Chinese ICT community.
· Insight into what the leaders in business, government and academia consider to be the important trends, developments, opportunities and challenges in China.
· And much, much more…

By evaluating strategies and making informed decisions with the knowledge and resources that PTC Mid-Year provides, you will insure your success in China’s ICT market!

PTC Mid-Year Seminar is an annual event that is held in a different country each year. During these events, attendees will learn about the latest ICT trends, technologies, and regulations from industry experts and government officials, and enjoy informative and valuable networking events such as receptions and exhibitions. For updated information, visit www.MY2004.org.

PTC is an international, non-profit, non-governmental, membership organization founded in 1980. Its mission is to promote the development of telecommunications and related industries in the Asia-Pacific region. PTC’s annual conference every January in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA is a premier telecommunication and information technology event for the Asia-Pacific region. More information on PTC is available at www.ptc.org.

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Additional Information

Register by 31 July 2004 and save up to $100. Sponsorship opportunities are still available – let your company be seen in China! Also, make your hotel reservations (pdf) soon. PTC members (outside mainland China) enjoy a 40% discount on the seminar fee. If you are not a PTC member and are interested in joining, please contact Justin Riel at justin@ptc.org or click here to apply online. See you in China! For more information, please contact: Dolores Fung Phone: +1.808.941.3789 ext.120 Email: dolores@ptc.org Web: www.my2004.org. Joint Organizers of PTC Mid-Year: Tianjin Municipal Informatization Office Pacific Telecommunications Council Tianjin Hi-Tech Industry Dragon Telecom Co-Hosts of PTC Mid-Year: Ministry of Information Industry Pacific Telecommunications Council Tianjin Municipal People's Government