Telecom Asia helps business marketers reach decision-makers from the telecom industry through a portfolio of online media, newsletters, custom content and events. The group is the independent and authoritative information source for Influential telco executives globally – offering news, analysis and context to help the telecom community understand the business application of new technologies and trends.
A team of telecom journalists, with more than 50 years of combined experience covering the industry, has the expertise and contacts to give country-specific and sector-specific analysis on a wide range of technology and business topics.
Telecom Asia's range of marketing solutions, custom events and tailor-made campaigns can be integrated into your yearly promotional plan, to help you meet your specific marketing goals.
Our titles include Telecom Asia, which was launched in 1990, and a series of special e-Reports covering hot topics including LTE, 5G, Mobile Internet, Big Data, SDN, Carrier Ethernet, B/OSS and Future TV. Telecom Asia is the market-leader in the region, reaching 15,007 service providers and enterprise users across the region each issue.
Our specialized websites attract a global audience of more than 73,000 unique visitors per month while our e-newsletters are sent to over 30,000 telecoms professionals every day. In addition to a wide-range of monthly print publications, we produce an ever-growing number of sector-specific e-newsletters for niche industry segments.
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|Lachlan Colquhoun - firstname.lastname@example.org
Lachlan is group editor and one of Asia's most experienced and well travelled journalists, with over 30 years experience working for some of the region's - and the world's - best known publications. Beginning as a cadet reporter at the Adelaide "Advertiser" newspaper, where he won a national award for cadets, Lachlan then worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation as producer and documentary maker. He was the Asia-Pacific business correspondent based in Hong Kong for the London "Evening Standard" from 1997-2002, covering the Asian Financial Crisis and the fall of Suharto in Indonesia. He has been a contributor to Telecom Asia since 2003, and has contributed to other Questex titles such as Enterprise Innovation, Computer World Hong Kong, and CFO Innovation.
|Fiona Chau - email@example.com
Fiona is online editor for Telecomasia.net. She has been covering the Asian telecom industry for the company since 2000.
|Dylan Bushell-Embling - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dylan is online news editor for Telecomasia.net. He is an ITC freelance journalist based in Melbourne. He started as a freelancer in 1996 after graduating from the University of Canberra has contributed to a variety of print and online publications, including Computerworld Australia, CIO Australia, CSO Australia, Next (IT section of the Age/Sydney Morning Herald), the Australian Quarterly, Computerworld Hong Kong, Technology Decisions and Australian Life Scientist.