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APAC to witness Growth in Sports Sponsorship

Based on data from the consultancy firm PwC, one of the industry’s foremost practitioner ‘Paul Fisher’ has said that the Asia-Pacific region (APAC) will witness new growth in sports sponsorship and marketing – at an estimated worth of US 18 billion dollars in 2014. 280 more words

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Allied Asia Pacific Developed Facebook Crowdsourcing Service "ReFUEL4," Now API Partners of Facebook Advertising; Partnership Pact with Nanigans

TOKYO, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Allied Asia Pacific Pte LTD., subsidiary of Allied Architects, Inc. which offers social media marketing support business, is recognized as an official API Partners of Facebook advertising (*1) by Facebook, Inc. 47 more words

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THE EVOLVING ASEAN DATA CENTER MARKET

An increasing amount of attention has been focused on the Asia Pacific data center market in recent years, thanks to strong economic growth in China and India, two of the most populous nations on the planet. 52 more words

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Revitalising Cloud Capabilities...

As many companies are migrating to the cloud, some CIOs question if physical racks will become obsolete?

With ASEAN businesses engaging cloud providers, how confident can you be in keeping your data secure? 123 more words

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Singapore, Bangalore could be twin sisters in innovation, entrepreneurship: Amit Anand

Singapore: The Indian government should look at public-private partnership (PPP) to make its Rs.10,000 crore start-up fund a success, says Amit Anand, founding partner of Singapore-based Jungle Ventures, an entrepreneur-backed venture firm focused on funding start-ups in the Asia-Pacific region. 56 more words

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Indonesia 101

A huge part of me is kicking myself for not participating in the Jakarta leg of GOAP SEA 2014 — what a fascinating market. 261 more words

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APAC PC market matches Q2 expectations

The Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) PC market grew two percent from last quarter and declined 10 percent year-on-year in Q2 to reach 24.3 million units, coming in marginally higher than IDC’s initial forecasts, according to the research firm’s preliminary results. 249 more words

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