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Key speakers include:


Alex Chen
Vice President, ASPire Information
Technologies (Beijing) Ltd. China
Mobile Data Business Operation
& Support Center
20 – 22 March 2007, Suntec Singapore
China Mobile, China
Thivanka Rangala
Head of Internet
Business Unit
Dialog Telekom, Sri Lanka

Neeraj Roy
Managing Director
Hungama, India

Vishal Gondal
Founder & Director
IndiaGames, India

Lanny Huang
General Manager - Playboy TV
Asia and Japan
Playboy Entertainment Group,
Inc., Hong Kong

Hawk Sonh
Head of Business Strategy
Research Team ICT It’s Booming!
SK Research Institute for
SUPEX Management, Korea

Tuan Anh Nguyen


Head of Mobile
Asia’s meeting place for mobile content leaders
Broadband & Content • 200 senior delegates and more than 600 visitors in 2006, a fresh & exciting
VNPT Group, Vietnam
format to allow you to explore the best practices for a profitable mobile content
business in Asia
Sandy Monteiro
VP Digital - SE Asia • The place to meet the creators, distributors, developers and operators who
(excluding China) are generating revenue with entertainment and business content over handsets,
Universal Music Group
International, Malaysia in a dynamic deal-making environment
• Over 40 global speakers discussing about trends in content and gain a
Key topics: launching pad to the market in Asia; attend exciting focus group sessions and
• Maximising profits from mobile
speak directly with Asian consumers about their mobile content needs and
content – A reality check wants
• Mobile content market trends and • An exciting conference and exhibition demonstrating new content in music,
developments
video, news, marketing & advertising, instant messaging, social networking
• Entertainment: What customers are
willing to pay for? and more...
• Monetising mobile content
• Mobile devices: Enabling rich content
Session Sponsor Official Bluetooth Endorsed by Organised by
to consumers
Marketing Partner
• Profitable mobile advertising models
• Mobile applications – Current & future
revenue drivers
• Future: The great debate 3G vs. wimax

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Mobile Content World Asia 2007 www.terrapinn.com/2007/mcw_sg
It’s Booming!

Monetising mobile content!


In the current scenario of declining voice revenues Why you should attend:
and greater competition, mobile operators see mobile Mobile operators
content and applications as a way to both increase Acquire and exchange strategies on how to increase ARPU and
revenue and combat competition through maximise returns on your mobile content strategy: a key stone
differentiation. of your growth strategy.
Learn how innovative content has changed the business
Will mobile data be the saving grace for operators? proposition of telcos in Asia. How Asian telcos are differenciating
What are the best practices for business for content owners? themselves from competition through effective mobile data
What are the emerging revenue-sharing models, pricing business
alternatives, service offerings, design & deployment options? Content owners
How can they be applied as the content market expands Leverage your brand and create a dedicated mobile strategies
throughout Asia and around the world? Who are the trailblazers for optimising your content revenues
in Asia and what are their products, services and development Get a sneak preview of the next big trends in mobile content
initiatives? that will allow you to stay flexible and react to the next (and
unpredictable) market demand
Get all your answers at Mobile Content World Asia
2007! Mobile content & applications providers
Now in it’s 2nd year, Mobile Content World Asia is an event Learn about innovative business models and what market trends
can affect you.
designed to provide attendees with the latest information on
business models to effectively monetise content. The event Explore what opportunities lies ahead for mobile content both
is all about Asia’s business models and trends, directly globally and in Asia.
delivered by movers and shakers of mobile content industry Technology providers
from Asia and around the world. Discuss these issues directly Capitalise on the booming mobile content market and gain
with the mobile content industry trendsetters, network with competitive intelligence on the latest trends in the evolving
decision makers and ignite your deals! digital economy landscape.
Build new relationships and partnerships with your potential
The event will bring together expert discussion, advice and strategic partners; mingle with decision makers from telcos,
business opportunities to the global audience. This is your media conglomerates, content providers, influential business
platform to hear the views of leading players who are currently press and analysts.
participating in and shaping the mobile content industry.
Hurry and register now as seats are selling out
Bringing the best minds to Asia FAST! Call us now on (65) 6322 2700, fax the
Mobile Content World Asia 2007 conference will feature registration form to (65) 6223 3554 or simply
keynotes and discussions from the foremost experts in the register online via
field on ’hot’ topics that are pertinent to the market – both www.terrapinn.com/2007/mcw_sg
Asia wide and globally.

Cutting-edge presentations from industry leaders


Mobile operators
Sandy Tse Alex Chen Thivanka Rangala Hawk Sonh
Business Development Vice President Head of Internet Head of Business Strategy
Manager Mobile Business Business Unit Research Team ICT
Hong Kong CSL Operation Dialog Telekom SK Research Institute for
Limited & Support Center Sri Lanka SUPEX Management,
China Mobile Korea

Content owners
Jessica Kam-Engle Alan Seiffert Lanny Huang Sandy Monteiro
VP, Marketing & Sales Senior VP of Partnerships General Manager - Playboy VP Digital - SE Asia
Celestial Movies and Business Development TV Asia and Japan (excluding China)
Hong Kong CNBC Asia, Singapore Playboy Entertainment Universal Music Group
Group, Inc., Hong Kong International, Malaysia

Content & application providers


Vishal Gondal Neeraj Roy Yen Ong Kristan Rivers
Founder & Director Managing Director General Manager Asia General Manager
IndiaGames, India Hungama, India Soundbuzz, Singapore Asia Pacific
Player X, China
Day One Tuesday, 20 March 2007 www.terrapinn.com/2007/mcw_sg
It’s Booming!

8.00 Registration 12.00 South Asia: Strategies to optimise domestic key success
drivers, for increasing ARPU and effective customer service
8.30 Chairman’s welcome address • South Asians love to communicate!. How to increase profit
out of it? Best practices.
8.40 Opening discussion: Slow margins, slow growth: are mobile • Highly competitive market, very low ARPU. What’s next for
communications becoming utilities? players in the area?
• Major opportunities and threats for telcos in Asia • Bollywood phenomenon and its reach
• Strategies for industry growth • Content Vs. technology – what will drive uptake of new mobile
• Telcos Vs. Media: Who will win in a converged world? services for operators
Panelists:
MAXIMISING PROFITS FROM MOBILE CONTENT – A REALITY CHECK Thivanka Rangala
Head of Internet Business Unit
Dialog Telekom, Sri Lanka
9.20 Developing a portfolio of services to attract mobile content
consumers Sanjive Sethi
• Current market environment: Asia Pacific consumption patterns Director Telecoms
• How to stay relevant: Challenges for operators and other Indiatimes, India
players in the industry Anil Prakash
• Adopting the technologies of the future for a faster ROI: 3G, Secretary General
4G, WiMax, Convergence Telecom Users Group India
• How significant partnerships and announcements are changing Moderator:
the Asia Pacific mobile communication landscape Gopala Krishnan
• Achieving superior ARPU: What and where are the CEO
opportunities? Mobile2Win, India
Manoj Menon
Head of ICT Practice Research and Consulting Division 12.40 Networking luncheon & exhibition viewing
Frost & Sullivan, Singapore
1.40 Myth busting profitability challenges in emerging markets
10.10 Morning refreshment & exhibition viewing • Explore how important can emerging Asian markets be for
your mobile content strategy
MOBILE CONTENT MARKET TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS • Best practices for mobile content players; profit, growth and
ROI
10.40 North Asia & Greater China: How do you get consumers • Opportunities and threats: pre-empting the challenges when
entering into these markets
to download data?
Panelists:
• Success factors behind Japan and Korea data services
Rubaba Dowa Mahn
• China 101. Billing and charging models Marketing Director
• Content “Made in China”; its impact on the mobile content Grameenphone, Bangladesh
value chain
• Best practices for profitable operators and CPs partnerships Tuan Anh Nguyen
Panelists: Head of Mobile, Broadband & Content
Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications
Alex Chen
Vice President Moderator:
ASPire Information Technologies (Beijing) Ltd. China Mobile Data Benson Ong
Business Operation & Support Center General Manager
China Mobile Wooworld, Singapore
Sandy Tse ENTERTAINMENT: WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE WILLING TO PAY FOR?
Business Development Manager
Hong Kong CSL Limited 2.20 Mobile music – New opportunities and developing business
Hawk Sonh models
Head of Business Strategy Research Team ICT • Key drivers of success of eingtones and ring back tones;
SK Research Institute for SUPEX Management, Korea lessons learned
• Who are the new entrants and how the key players are
Yang Ping positioning in the value chain
Secretary General • New distribution, pricing, marketing and payment models will
VASChina, China impact the value chain
• Business models: can mobile replace portable MP3 player?
11.20 Establishing a strong and mobile content industry in South • What’s next? How is the mobile music business model evolving
East Asia – A region marked with superior growth and Sandy Monteiro
opportunities VP – Digital SE Asia (excluding China)
• The competitive landscape; how to differentiate offerings in Universal Music Group International, Malaysia
a highly competitive market Yen Ong
• What are the winning strategies to penetrate and stay ahead General Manager Asia
in this market Soundbuzz, Singapore
• Content Vs. technology – what will drive the profit for operators
• Working with content owners to generate a win-win business 3.00 Mobile TV – The Holy Grail?
model • The business case for Mobile TV; ROI & pricing models
Panelists: • What have been the experiences to date; what do viewers
Prathana Leelapanong want to watch?
Wireless Service Planning and Development Manager • Developing content specifically for mobile platform
AIS, Thailand • Advertising on Mobile TV: a profitable business model?
Zaid Kader Introduction by:
Hawk Sonh
Head of Strategy Deployment
Head of Business Strategy Research Team ICT
Celcom, Malaysia
SK Research Institute for SUPEX Management, Korea
Mario Domingo Rico Camus
Head of Service Creation (Innovation) AVP, Licensing and Syndication Wireless Data Group
Globe Telecom, Philippines ABS-CBN, The Philippines
Gatot Wibowo Hadiputro Kristan Rivers
Content Development Manager General Manager Asia Pacific
PT Indosat, Indonesia Player X, China
Day One Tuesday, 20 March 2007 Day Two Wednesday 21 March 2007
It’s Booming!

3.40 8.40 Chairman’s opening remarks

9.00 Opportunities and challenges for mobile media and


4.10 Afternoon refreshments & exhibition viewing entertainment business
• What innovations are fueling growth?
4.30 The future of mobile games: Critical success factors for higher • New business bobile – partnership and collaboration
profitability in mobile games opportunities in the mobile entertainment value chain
• Current Asian outlooks and trends; lessons learned • Case studies
• Best Practices from creating gaming experiences from leading
brands MONETISING MOBILE CONTENT
• Sponsored games: New economics and business models
Introduction by: 9.20 Creating new revenue streams for mobile content
Keith Liu • Examining how to develop vas that maximises revenues
Head of Games and Mobile Internet, Multimedia Business Group generated from your mobile deployment
Nokia, Singapore • Facilitating rapid delivery, discovery and control of mobile
Panelists: content
Vishal Gondal • Packaging compelling content for a hyper segmented market
Founder & Director
IndiaGames, India 9.50 Secrets of successful mobile content billing
Kristan Rivers • Profiting from Content: how to maximise revenues from
General Manager Asia Pacific content services
Player X, China • Identifying challenges faced by the operators and other players
in the industry
Steven Frank
• Understanding the impact of content on billing, payment and
Director of Business Development, Asia
revenue sharing systems
THQ, Singapore
Moderator: 10.20 Morning refreshment & exhibition viewing
Paul Meyers
Founder/CEO MOBILE DEVICES: ENABLING RICH CONTENT TO CONSUMERS
Acme Mobile, Singapore
5.00 Monetising content through new distribution channels 10.50 The handset of the future: Driving the adoption of data services
• Key factors for developing an attractive mobile offering • Usability and content delivery; where is the gap?
• Attract your customers by proposing right pricing, packaging • Keeping innovation simple and intuitive, yet able to satisfy
and marketing sophisticated markets
• Maximise revenue through alliances • Mobile device convergence and variety of content
Panelists: • Multi purpose lifestyle devices; cool stuff in the pipeline
Maria Brown
MD - Acquisitions and Programming PROFITABLE MOBILE ADVERTISING MODELS
Asian Food Channel, Singapore
11.20 Mobile advertising: Overview of global industry trends and
Sachin Kinra successes
Business Development Associate, Project Market Light • Overview of global industry trends and successes
Reuters, India
• Acceptable levels of advertising: consumer’s breaking point
Lanny Huang • Building multiplatform response – TV, Mobile, Internet
General Manager • Integrating mobile into the marketing mix to generate higher
Playboy TV Asia and Japan, Hong Kong ROI
Jessica Kam Panelists:
VP Marketing & Sales Collin Miles
Celestial Movies Channel, Hong Kong Executive Vice President, Co-founder
Moderator: i-pop, Singapore
Levi Shaphiro Gopala Krishnan
Director, Audience Metrics CEO
Telephia Inc., USA Mobile2Win, India
5.30 Innovative business models for the market of mobile financial Christian Patouraux
news @ The exhibition floor Managing Director
• Beyond news alerts, what consumers want and are willing to Oghma Pte Ltd, Singapore
pay for? Dr Lai Kok Fung
• CNBC Mobile: best practices and pricing models. Lessons Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder
learned BuzzCity Pte Ltd
• Pioneering business models that drive growth Moderator:
Alan Seiffert Levi Shaphiro
Senior VP of Partnerships and Business Development Director, Audience Metrics
CNBC Asia, Singapore Telephia Inc., USA
5.50 PMEBs Focus panel @ The exhibition floor
(Professionals, Managers, Executives and Business people) Session sponsored by
Gain invaluable insights into the key factors that influence the
content this affluent chunk of your market buy, how they buy and MOBILE APPLICATIONS – CURRENT & FUTURE REVENUE DRIVERS
why. This is an exciting format where the audience will dialogue
with Professionals, Managers, Executives and Business people
12.00 Is the SMS dead?
about what content they are currently using in their mobile phones
• The upward trend of Asia’s insatiable apetite for SMS: will it
and what applications they are considering a must-buy.
be there for long?
Hear firsthand where PMEBs are spending their dollars and learn • Key success factors of premium SMS services: entertainment,
how to predict their next moves. information, TV voting
Facilitator: • How key players are monetising the sms phenomenon. Will
Madanmohan Rao it last for long?
Editor • What’s after the mobile commodity: SMS?
The Pacific Internet Handbook, Singapore
6.15 End of Conference Day One, followed by 12.30 Networking luncheon & exhibition viewing
networking cocktail
Day Two Wednesday 21 March 2007 Post conference masterclass
Thursday 22 March 2007

2.00 Capitalising on search to drive users to your wap site Maximising mobile music
• Business models for mobile search – show me the money! y
ra te l margins – trends,
• Using mobile search to drive traffic to the portal; making sure S e p a k a b le
your mobile content is accessible to consumers boo
• Considerations about navigation, usability and information
opportunities and challenges
snacking
10am - 4pm
2.40 Location based services and content awareness: The next big
thing? Music is today making an enormous contribution to the development of
• Uptake and current trends of location bases service offerings the digital economy. According to IFPI (The International Federation of
across Asia Phonogram and Videogram Producers), in 2005 consumers bought over
• How the choice of technology impacts the services offered USD 50 billion worth of mobile music and Nokia sold over 40 million music
to operators capable phones alone.
• Successful strategies to fuel revenue
• Rolling out LBS on mobile phones. - The Nokia N95 LBS Mobile downloading took on a life of its own in the past year and markets
experience still expect a massive increase over the next 12 months. Few argue that
Panelists:
the tide is rapidly rising, but how to seize this opportunity?
Fred Then
Business Development Director
ASIA GIS Pte Ltd, Singapore Learn how to increase revenues from existing subscribers and attract
new target audiences with content services such as ring tones, full music
Charlie Ransford
track, monophonic/poliphonic ringtones, ring back/ ring up tones, video
Marketing Consultant
music clips...
CAST Asia Pacific, Singapore
Zaid Kader This masterclass looks into the mobile business and is useful to all
Head of Strategy Deployment professionals involved in the VAS of MNOs willing to define strategy and
Celcom, Malaysia
develop compelling and profitable Mobile music services
3.10 Mobile government; Delivering high performance and effective
customer service The masterclass explores and provides answers to the
• Asian first steps, plans and challenges following issues:
• Government 24/7, what does it mean for consumers and for
• Recognising the value that every player brings to the value chain, and
the MoCo value chain
make the most out of it.
• Interactivity & security aspects; are we ready for it?
• Generating superior ARPU and revenue growth • Key success factor: Making it easier for consumers to cheaply download
music
3.40 Afternoon refreshment & exhibition viewing • How to extend the market by adding value to music downloads
• The impact of viral marketing, cross selling and user generated
recommendations when downloading music
Live Youth Focus Panel • Successful case studies; what’s working and what’s not.

Note: Registration starts at 9.30 am. The workshop commences at 10.00 am and
end at 4.00pm. Refreshments and lunch will be served at appropriate times.

The Terrapinn difference


Speed networking – A fun and
efficient way to get to know your
partners and competitors in the
community.

Interactive panel sessions – Mobile


Content World Asia 2007 offers you
interesting interactive panel discussions.
The “chat show” style sessions offers
Understand how to exploit the most slippery market available – the you the chance to ask the questions you
teens. The fickle youth market is a less entrenched consumer base want answered. A great opportunity to speak with the leading
and content strategies have to match the fluid and transient appeal of players directly.
content.
Interactive round table discussion is a
Mobile Content World brings together a group of your core market – time set aside for delegates to meet and
to help you understand what the draws are for them in mobile content, discuss issues with relevance to their job
and what makes them turn on and how to generate profitable offerings. functions. Delegates have the option to
Can you afford not to listen to such a key demographic? choose from four different topics with each
topic led by an industry chosen expert to
FUTURE: THE GREAT DEBATE 3G VS. WIMAX
lead the discussion.
4.30 Wireless broadband Vs Mobile – Is wireless a threat for mobile
operators Network, relax and do
• Wireless Broadband is taking shape even in markets with high business – More dedicated
broadband penetration networking time! Mobile
• Is wireless broadband going to erode data business from Content World Asia 2007
mobile operators? focuses on getting you together with the right partners, the right
• Content and applications and market segments driving the customers, the right decision makers... in the right place at the
demand for Wireless broadband right time.
5.00 End of Conference
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It’s Booming!

Gain access to YOUR key prospects!


Network and create new business at this event!
Now is the time to be where Asia’s MoCo Value Chain meets to Why you should sponsor and exhibit?
do business – It’s all happening at Mobile Content World Asia Sponsoring and exhibiting give your company the key
2007. opportunities for success. If you want your company to have
Back for the 2nd year, Mobile Content World Asia, is specifically successful growth then you need to be in front of the crowds
created to meet the needs of the growing market in Asia. A in Mobile Content World Asia.
recent report from Juniper Research reported that the global
market for mobile content will be dominated by the Asia Pacific Who should Sponsor and Exhibit?
and for the period of 2006 to 2011, Asia Pacific is forecasted to Mobile Content World is really ALL about monetizing the mobile
contribute 37% of global mobile entertainment revenues. channel, so if you are a:

How do you take advantage of this business DRM specialist


opportunity in Asia?
Handset & Device component manufacturer
Do you want your business to succeed in Asia? Technology
Mobile Content World Asia 2007 is an unrivalled and cost- Platform system provider
Providers
effective, well-rounded marketing solution offering extensive Premium rate service provider
pre-show advantages and bringing you directly closer to your Software developer and Systems integrator
potential customers and prospects.
Sponsorship really works. Content aggregator
Our team will work closely with you throughout the whole Content developer
process, from pre-event marketing to the actual event day. We Content owner
are interested in helping you meet your business objectives by Content
understanding your needs and requirements. Game developer and publisher
Providers
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Providers
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• GROW - Create new sales opportunities and partnerships to
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Space is limited! Book now!
Mobile Operators at Mobile Content World 2006
Starhub • MobileOne • SingTel • Celcom • Telkomsel Malaysia
• Reliance Infocomm India • China Motion Telecom •
GrameenPhone • AIS Thailand • PT Indosat • PT Mobile-8
Telecom • NTT DoCoMo • Globe Telecom • VympelCom •
Vietnam Post and Telecommunications • Mobicom Corporation
• Bridge Mobile Alliance Asia

Mobile Content World Asia surpassed our


expectations considerably, and provided us with
We had a great time and we managed to have lots of many good leads, which will be keeping me far too
fruitful business contacts. Part of the success, no doubt busy over the next few days/weeks
about it, is the great positive energy the whole Terrapinn Keith Russell
Team has shared with us and we are grateful for that Business Development Manager Asia
Faissal Houhou Mobiqa
Commercial Director - New Operations, mBlox

Give your company the brand recognition it deserves! Speaking, sponsorship and exhibiting
opportunities are limited. Contact Tina Pang at (65) 6322 2301 or email at
tina.pang@terrapinn.com to secure your participation now!
Mobile Content World Asia 2007 www.terrapinn.com/2007/mcw_sg
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2006 Success!
The 1st annual Mobile Content World Asia 2006 was a great Facts & figures
success and promises to significantly increase in size and nature
in 2007. Final attendance figures for Mobile Content World Asia
2006 - in its inaugural year in Asia – confirm the event as the Entire Mobile Content Value Chain
most successful and focused Mobile Content show in Asia.
14% Content/Media
The two-day conference at Mobile Content World 2006 attracted
195 high-level attendees and a total attendance of 612 visitors 23% 48%
Mobile Operators
who converged from across the global mobile industry to do Technology Providers
business in a decisive year for new multimedia services and 15% Press/Consultants/Analysts/
growing markets. Financial/ Government

Mobile Content World Asia focuses on bringing top quality


attendees, therefore delivering a large number of business
opportunities that sponsors, exhibitors, attendees and participants High Level Attendees
truly benefited from -- that’s what make Mobile Content World 2% 2%
VPs / MDs
series such a huge success!
Directors/ GMs 26%
33%
Managerial Level
Engineers 37%
Others

Asian Event with Global Reach


4% 4% 3% Singapore
4% South East Asia (excl. SG)
5% India
6% 42% Russia
Greater China
11%
Japan & Korea
21% Australia & Pacific
USA
Europe
Don’t miss out on the networking opportunities

About the event venue Hotel accommodation


Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Our official travel agent, Orient Explorer is ready to help you with
Centre your travel arrangements and hotel bookings.
1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City, Singapore 039593
Tel: (65) 6337 2888 / 6825 2310, Fax: (65) 6825 2222 Book early!
Website: www.suntecsingapore.com Rooms at this rate are limited!

Hotel Category Distance Room Rate


to venue (Single/Twin)
Swissotel ✭✭✭✭✭ 10 mins walk S$ 257.00 nett
The Stamford*
Carlton ✭✭✭✭ 20 mins walk S$ 220.00 nett
Bayview** ✭✭✭ 30 mins walk S$ 165.00 nett

Note
• Rates quoted are nett rate inclusive of 1% cess, 10% service charge and
5% goods & service tax
* Swissotel The Stamford will provide a one-way shuttle transfer from
Located in the heart of a totally integrated meetings, conventions hotel to Suntec Singapore (2 trips in the morning) during conference
and exhibition hub, Suntec Singapore is a world class venue offering days. Hotel will provide a transfer schedule upon guests check in
100,000sqm of versatile space and direct access to 5,200 hotel ** Early Bird Promotion - Book and confirm your reservation (s), 45 days
rooms, 300 restaurants and comprehensive shopping and before event date, i.e. 09 March 2007, Bayview Hotel will extend one
entertainment facilities. Suntec Singapore's flexible event space is (1) breakfast daily for single occupancy
spread over six levels including a convention hall that accommodates
For further information, please contact:
up to 12,000 people theatre-style, an exhibition hall of 12,000 sqm, Orient Explorer (S) Pte Ltd
a sub-divisible ballroom, 31 meeting rooms, a Theatre and a multi- 12 Aljunied Road, #05-02 SCN Centre, Singapore 389801
purpose Concourse. Additionally, the venue has the largest banquet Tel: (65) 6339 8687 Fax: (65) 6339 9536 / 6339 3731
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beverage team. Contact Person: Mr Alvin Chan / Ms Vivian Chen
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Transfers should be made to Standard Chartered Bank, 6 Battery Road, Singapore 049909 its control.
Account name: Terrapinn Pte Ltd, Account No. 01-008-9045-8
Payment terms are 7 days and must be received before the conference date in order to guarantee
your place. Unpaid registrations will be billed 50% of the registration fee if you do not attend For official use only
the event. You will, however, be given access to our online contact system and a copy of the
conference documentation will be sent to you. Received:  Date:................ Code:151192 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z