Digital Signage Middle East Summit 2011

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

This event has now been moved to June 5th – 8th, see our post ‘Middle East Event Moved To June

This event has now been CANCELLED see our post ‘Middle East Summit Cancelled

International Conference: 18-19th April 2011, Interactive Workshops: 17th and 20th April 2011 (i.e day before and day after), Location: Dubai, UAE

Key topics:

  • Understanding the digital signage market in the Middle East and the driving forces fuelling its growth
  • Evaluating the best possible ways of reaching customers and examining how digital signage enhances the overall customer experience
  • Using innovations in digital signage technology and its positive impact on the ROI
  • Gaining insight on some of the challenges involved in deploying and managing a digital signage network
  • Examining best practices for content management for digital signage networks
  • Tailoring the digital signage strategy as per the clientele and industry to influence the path to purchase

Some of the speakers we believe; Vikram Krishna (Head of Group Marketing, Emirates NBD Group), Patrick Crosbie (CEO, Evolved Digital Media, UAE), Anurag Tripathi (VP – Mall Promotions & Media MAF Properties, UAE), Bill Fordyce (COO, Hyper Media, UAE), Nigel Hattersley (Regional Director – IT Starwood Hotels, UAE), Ashi Sheth (IT Director American University in Sharjah), Reinaldo Mesquita (Senior Manager, Multimedia & Production, Emaar Properties, The Dubai Mall), Andrew Wood (GM – Abu Dhabi Media Digital OOH (Al Barq Digital)), Guillaume de la Tour (CEO, Bluefox – France), Pravin Bhagwat (Business Head – Fluid Media, UAE), Raad Raad (Managing Director – MxN Middle East), Florian Rotberg (Out of Home Video Advertising Bureau – Europe), Nouman Bantan (IT Director – Branches & Districts), Jeddah Municipality (KSA), Yoann El Jaouhari (Director – Sales & Marketing, JCDecaux MEA), Elie Jubran (GM, Scoop Media – Qatar), R. Daniel Hague (Senior Engineer, Northwestern University in Qatar).

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