Mobility World Congress & Exhibition 2007

04 Dec 2007

From 2007, in recognition of the ever developing mobility industry, the 3G World Congress & Exhibition will now be known as the Mobility World Congress & Exhibition. Now in its twelfth year and returning to Hong Kong once again from 4-7 December 2007 at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, the number one event in Asia for the global mobile and wireless industry is firmly established on the event calendar.

The telecommunications industry in the region is booming with Asia, and more specifically Hong Kong, hosting the ITU World Telecom in 2006. The wireless industry is also continuing to experience huge growth and is seen as a key market by all the global mobile suppliers.

As of September 2006 there were 977 million connections in the Asia Pacific region and this was anticipated to hit the one billion mark by November of that year. In 2005 the Asia Pacific region comprised of 37% or world connections and this is anticipated to rise to 42% by 2010.

The Asia Pacific mobile market, including China and India, is worth US$164 billion and is anticipated to grow by 2010 to US$236 billion. In particular India and China are dominating growth in the mobile phone industry. These markets alone are forecast to add 130 million connections in 2006 and record 22% of new global subscribers in the period between 2005-2010.*

All of these figures make very exciting reading for any company whether they want to break into the Asian market or to continue to increase their market share. The Mobility World Congress & Exhibition is your opportunity to tap into this lucrative market. The combination of a two hall, 5000 sqm exhibition with a congress attracting 1500+ delegates ensures that you meet the perfect mix of senior level decision-makers along with those crucial influencers and specifiers.

* All figures have been obtained from Asia-Pacific: mobile power players, report authored by Ovum.

Contact Info:Beacon Events Ltd
20/F Siu On Centre
188 Lockhart Road
Hong Kong

Tel: +852 2219 0111
Fax: +852 2219 0112

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