POSTED: March 13th 2018

SPORTELAsia kicks off in Singapore and lays the foundation for future editions on the continent

Sports Features Communications 

SPORTELAsia opens its doors in Singapore for a packed week of networking and panel discussions at the highly acclaimed sports media market that is consolidating its Asian roots.

Laurent Puons, SPORTEL CEO, commented, "For the third time in its history, SPORTELAsia is setting out its stall in Singapore.

"Thanks to its unique geostratic location, the city state has positioned itself as a key international hub. Singapore's business climate and diversified economy make it the perfect location to grow our event.

"Asia has been able to carve out a dominant place for itself within the global economy. Every year, the continent affirms its rise and its strong potential.

"It is for this reason that we decided to base our spring convention in this flourishing part of the world for our next three events.

"Unparalleled dynamism is what links this business environment and SPORTELAsia, which is always seeking out new opportunities for development and new partners.

"This year Singapore is testament to this approach. With its ultra-high-performing infrastructure and huge projects, this perfectly located metropolis is growing with the same energy as SPORTELAsia.

"I hope that you all will discover here the full business potential of this fantastic South-East Asian melting pot," he concluded.

The event takes place March 13-15 at the Shangri-La hotel in Singapore and includes panels, workshops, and presentations focusing the ever changing media landscape and the impact on world sport.

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