DSMA looking for speakers at Taipei Digital Signage Forum

March 13, 2014

The Digital Signage Multimedia Association is looking for good topics and good speakers for its annual Digital Signage Forum on Friday, June 6, at the Taipei International Convention Center in Taiwan. Last year's event drew nearly 300 participants, according to event organizers.

Speakers will give a 30-minute talk about state-of-the-art digital signage applications, and their opinions on the next big thing in digital signage, according to IAdea's John Wang, the section chair of international affairs and standards for the DSMA.

Interested speakers should submit a proposal to Wang at John.Wang@IAdea.com. The DSMA will select up to three qualified speakers, and they will reimburse costs for air travel and two nights' hotel stay in Taipei. Entries should be submitted before midnight, Friday, March 21.

The forum typically draws 200-plus participants who represent digital signage systems integrators in Asia. It is the largest digital signage event during the Computex IT show, Wang said.

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