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The APA's Shanghai London Advertising Forum Launches Next Week

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Forum takes place from Tuesday 20th to 21st of this month in Shanghai

The APA's Shanghai London Advertising Forum Launches Next Week

The APA recently announced the Shanghai London Advertising Forum 2015, which will take place on the week of 19th October 2015. It will build on the success of the forum in Shanghai in 2007, which was the most successful overseas marketing event the APA has undertaken. 

Delegate companies generated over £30 million of production revenue from China in the 15 months following event. The Chinese market has grown enormously since then and the event will bring APA members together with Chinese agencies to learn from each other and build business relationships. 


What is it?

A unique opportunity for Shanghai and London advertising people to meet in person, learn from each other and start to build strong business relationships. The Shanghai London Advertising Forum 2015 (SLAF 2015) is a two-day event in Shanghai (Sigma Film Club on the Bund) on the 20th and 21st October that brings together top Chinese agencies and top UK commercials and interactive production and vfx companies. You can see the whole programme at www.a-p-a.net.

Top production companies, interactive production companies and vfx companies from London will be attending, as well as the ECDs, plus creative and production staff, of the biggest and most successful Chinese agencies.


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lbbonline.com, Wed, 14 Oct 2015 11:51:53 GMT