Buyer registrations for IT&CM Asia and CTW Asia-Pacific now open

A pre-pandemic IT&CM Asia in action

The organiser of IT&CM Asia and CTW Asia-Pacific, TTG Asia Media, has opened registrations for buyers.

The three-day in-person event will be held from September 20-22, 2022, in Bangkok, while the virtual networking event will happen from September 20-28, 2022.

A pre-pandemic IT&CM Asia in action

While all buyer registrations are complimentary, a confirmation fee is applicable for all hosted buyers. The hosted buyer programme is open to eligible business events, association, and corporate buyers from across the globe, and privileges include transport reimbursement and accommodation.

In-person buyers will be entitled to arrange up to 24 face-to-face Scheduled Meets opportunities (both in-person and remotely). They will also be invited to join in the social functions, and network over food and drinks.

There will also be panel discussions, knowledge sessions, and showcases to inform buyers of the latest developments and product updates.

Buyers attending in-person can also stand a chance to earn cash incentives and prizes by completing event missions.

Virtual buyers meanwhile, will be able to take part in networking sessions and business card exchanges to expand their networks and contacts.

In addition, Brand Showcase Presentations from participating business events destinations, suppliers and corporate brands; Knowledge Sessions with the hottest topics this year; as well as the Buyer Procurement Showcases; will be available online.

There will also be several Live Hosted Sessions By Brands, where virtual participants will be able to take part in interactive games, and win attractive prizes. A digital certificate of participation will be provided upon the event’s conclusion.

Lynette Tey, event manager of TTG Events, shared: “This year’s show aims to deliver a brand new format like never before, differentiating IT&CM Asia and CTW Asia-Pacific 2022 hybrid from any other experience as our industry continues to evolve to stay versatile.”

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