About This Conference
The Internet has revolutionised every facet of modern day life, from the way that countries trade goods and services, to how education and healthcare services are delivered. Consumers have embraced the on demand culture that mobile and cloud technologies have created, blurring the lines between traditional B2B and B2C business models.
Whilst governments around the world push their digital initiatives, the speed that the digital world moves at has become far more complex than could have been imagined. Policy makers and outdated legislation are struggling to keep up with the new economy, country regulatory requirements around privacy and taxation as well as definitions on service delivery only add to that complexity.
The global nature of the new economy has created an ever-shrinking world where emerging markets adopt new services and methods of delivery quicker than established markets, whilst tier 1 cities around the world are becoming constrained by rising power and real estate prices as well as an ever growing population.
This regional event will host both international and regional speakers as they discuss the challenges and opportunities that the digital economy brings to both established and emerging markets.
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Sponsors & Exhibitors
VenueDoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
Menara Landmark 12 Jalan Ngee Heng Bandar Johor Bahru 80000 Johor Bahru Johor Malaysia