Concise Media Design expands in Asia Pacific

Concise.jpgConcise Media Design, a leader in interactive digital solutions for live events, has opened a branch in Singapore. The new office, in Market Street joins the company's established offices in London, New York and Hong Kong, this addition comes as a response to increasing demand for Concise's innovative services in the Asia Pacific region. Phil O'Brien, Managing Director of Concise Media Design, commented,  "This is an exciting time for us and we are delighted to announce our expansion in South East Asia. We can now offer extended support and services to clients in Singapore and beyond."
Concise is headquartered in the UK. The company's flagship product is iPads for Events, a complete managed service that packages an array of interactive event services into one elegant app-based solution. iPads for Events enables event organizers to engage in unprecedented levels of dialogue with their audience. Participants can watch presentations in multiple languages, take notes, network with peers, vote, ask questions and provide feedback, using individual iPads to control all features live and on-screen.

Among many successful events in the Asia Pacific region, Concise recently supplied its iPads for Events solution to Thomson Reuters for the 4th Annual Pan-Asian Regulatory Summit in Singapore. The event is the benchmark forum for regulators and the governance, risk and compliance community in the APAC region, bringing over 650 senior attendees from organisations within the financial services industry as well as significant representation from local, regional and global regulatory bodies, authorities, associations and expert industry practitioners.

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