With improving communication technology and a surge in internet usage, particularly via mobile devices, online advertising is assuming an increasingly important role when compared to conventional media. Hong Kong’s advertising services providers, renowned for their creativity and adaptability, are refocusing their business models in order to meet these changing demands.
The gap between Asia's digital-haves and have-nots is clearly widening dramatically, while the capacity is not yet in place to handle the surge in demand from mass IoT uptake, according to many experts at this year's CommunicAsia event.
With more than 500,000 Brits employed in the franchising sector, which has a collective turnover in excess of £13.7 billion, it is small wonder that attendees at the British & International Franchise Exhibition were quite so upbeat.
With its advantageous position at the centre of the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS), Thailand is emerging as a regional logistics hub for multinationals. The formation of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by end-2015 will promote further regional integration and trade facilitation and is expected to boost demand for comprehensive logistics services.