Andy discusses dig:media 2011 with Monika Kissing
Published on May 24, 2011
Andy Tribute interviews Monika Kissing, head of the press department at messe Düsseldorf to discuss the new dig:media 2011 event held last month in Düsseldorf, as well,as prospects for next years drupe event. dig:media turned out to be a successful event with more than 6,000 visitors.
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