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Asian Licensing Conference video

WHAT: The largest annual event of its kind in Asia, the Asian Licensing Conference brings together top-notch global licensing executives and Asian entrepreneurs to shape an Asian agenda for the worldwide licensing industry.

WHEN: 9-10 January 2017

WHO: Prominent international and local licensing professionals will examine the latest developments and trends in the industry and offer insights about the licensing business on the Chinese mainland. Speakers next month will include Ron Johnson, Executive Vice-President of Global Licensing, Viacom; Pinky David, Vice-President, Fox Consumer Products for Asia, 20th Century Fox; and Chris Xu, Managing Director, Iconix China.

More than 20,800 people gathered at the Hong Kong International Licensing Show and Asian Licensing Conference in January 2016, underscoring strong demand for licensing in Asia

WHY: Asia’s remarkable economic growth is shifting the global economy’s centre of gravity eastward. As many affluent Asians become avid consumers, sales of licensed merchandise are rising quickly throughout the region.

Asia’s huge manufacturing base also makes it fertile ground for licensees, offering numerous business opportunities for worldwide licensors and agents, as well as licensees from various industries.

The conference is an opportunity for participants to expand their network of contacts, gather the latest market intelligence, and explore business opportunities for cross-sector collaboration and partnership in China and the rest of Asia.

WHERE: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong

HOW: The registration form is available to download.

For more information, please visit: http://www.hktdc.com/fair/alc-en/Asian-Licensing-Conference.html

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