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APSCC 2008 - Satellite Conference and Exhibition

03.04.2008
Jeju, Korea - APSCC 2008 will provide a greater degree of business and networking opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region through an outstanding selection of CEO Roundtables, panel discussions, sessions and exhibits.

Asia’s largest event for the satellite and space-related industries, the APSCC 2008 Satellite Conference and Exhibition will be held in Jeju Island of Korea. APSCC 2008 will provide a greater degree of business and networking opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region through an outstanding selection of CEO Roundtables, panel discussions, sessions and exhibits. For exhibition and sponsorship, please contact the APSCC Secretariat via email at info@apscc.or.kr.

The APSCC 2008 Exhibition will be an excellent platform to showcase the latest developments of applications and services of your company. Strengthen your global presence and maximize your company's brand at the APSCC 2008 exhibition, as well as network with the leading industry executives who are gathered for this international event.

Hands-on update for technology users and a unique opportunity to evaluate the latest technology developments of the satellite and space-related industries, from all points will be provided at the APSCC 2008 exhibition. Contact APSCC now and explore new business opportunities with qualified, high-level decision makers who are planning to attend the exhibition.

Conference At A Glance

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22: PRE-CONFERENCE PROGRAM

10:00-17:00
Pre-conference Program:
Military Satellite Services Workshop
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
08:00-09:00
Registration
09:00-10:30
Opening Session
10:30-11:00
Morning Refreshment
11:00-12:30
Satellite Operators CEO Roundtable
12:30-14:00
Lunch
14:00-15:30
Asian Satellite Business Market Strategies
Space Applications and Services
15:30-16:00
Coffee Break
16:00-17:30
Open Skies Policy Forum
Ground Systems and Equipments
18:00-19:00
Welcome Reception
19:00-21:00
Welcome Dinner
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
09:00-10:30
Satellite Manufacturers CEO Roundtable
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break
11:00-12:30
Launch Services CEO Roundtable
12:30-14:00
Lunch
14:00-15:30
Satellite Financing Roundtable
Mobile Satellite Services
15:30-16:00
Coffee Break
16:00-17:30
Broadband Services and Applications
Space Risk and Insurance
18:00-19:00
2008 APSCC Awards Reception
19:00-21:00
2008 APSCC Awards Dinner
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
09:00-10:30
DTH Services Roundtable
10:30-12:00
Satellite Mobile TV Services
13:00-19:00
2008 APSCC Golf Tournament
13:30-19:00
Networking Activities (Sightseeing Tour)
For further information, please contact:
Programs, Exhibition and Sponsorship Opportunities: Inho Seo (inho_seo@apscc.or.kr)

Registration: Sara Choi (admin@apscc.or.kr)

Inho Seo | ResearchSEA
Further information:
http://www.apscc.or.kr/event/apscc2008.asp

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