SINGAPORE, 5 March 2012- Planet of the Apps Asia focuses on presenting the challenges and opportunities that the world of world of mobile apps might face in future. Seeking to present mobile apps solutions, it shows how apps can be inculcated into businesses to make payments for purchases through it; providing consumers a means to buy merchandise on-the-go. Its debut comes on 25 April 2012 at the Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Planet of the Apps Asia is one of the 5 conferences in The Mobile Show Asia. The Mobile Show Asia is an exhibition series held across Australia, Africa, Middle East and Singapore, organized by Terrapinn. The show is expected to attract more than 4,000 attendees from Singapore and other Asian countries.
The Mobile Show Asia offers its visitors an exhibition featuring leading mobile technology solution providers and application developers; over 60 free on-floor seminars; 5 conferences featuring senior level executives from the top Asian enterprises and successful case studies.
Professionals and adepts from various industries would be presenting topics such as “Using mobile to further enhance the customer experience”, “How to succeed in an app-led world”, “Utilising in-app billing as a monetisation tool” and “From killer apps to killer business”. And they come from established firms such as SingTel Group, Starhub, Groupon, Adidas, New Balance Athletic Shoes and Lobangclub.
The Mobile Show Asia 2012 enjoys the endorsement and support of the Interactive Advertising Bureau Southeast Asia (IAB), M1, Telecom Italia, Singtel, Web Spiders, CNET Asia, and ZDNET Asia, amongst others.
For more information about the event, please visit www.terrapinn.com/appsasia.
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