Experts Offer Perspectives on Doing Business in Asia Pacific

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<strong>Burlington, Mass. &mdash; May 5 </strong><br />NETSEA, the New England Technology Sales, Marketing and Business Development Association, announced its quarterly educational and networking event, "Doing Business in Asia-Pac," to take place May 15 from 6-9 p.m. at the Burlington Marriott in Burlington. <br /><br />With the economic downturn in the United States, many companies are looking abroad for new opportunities. One of the hottest regions is Asia Pacific, an area that includes nearly 4 billion people and spent nearly 1 trillion on information and communications technology (ICT) in 2007. The NETSEA panel will discuss such questions as: How easy is it to conduct business in this region? What are the entry challenges and regional issues? Which markets are booming? What channels and partnerships would fit your company&#39;s growth model? <br /><br />Keynote speaker Harald Horgen (The York Group), along with executive panelists Ray Demeo (EqualLogic), Jack Plimpton (Japan Entry), Eric Schnadig (Unica Corp.) and Simon Yates (Forrester) will answer these questions and guide attendees through the logistical, cultural and cost barriers of doing business in the Asia Pacific region. <br /><br />"Our five panelists each have a unique and valuable perspective on the challenges of building international markets," said Lauren Kelley, board chairman and president of NETSEA. "At this event, attendees will get critical insight on how to maximize results immediately and over a sustained period in the Asia Pac region." <br /><br />Following the panel discussion, a Q&A session will enable attendees to ask questions specific to his or her organization and situation. <br /><br />Cost to attend is free to NETSEA members and $75 to nonmembers if they register prior to May 15.<br />

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