Digital Imaging Conference in Tokyo to Feature China Market Data
Press release from the issuing company
Dec. 5, 2002--InfoTrends Research Group, Inc. announces its annual Digital Imaging Conference entitled "Digital Photography, Printing, and Wireless Imaging" in Tokyo, Japan. This one-day conference will consist of industry outlook presentations by InfoTrends analysts, and will include for the first time details on the bourgeoning digital photography market in China. Market forecasts and some of the latest trends from our fall 2002 end user studies will be shared with imaging leaders and visionaries in the field. The conference will take place on December 10, 2002 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Keio Plaza Hotel at Shinjuku in Tokyo, Japan. Attendees include product planning and development, engineering, and sales and marketing executives.
"This year's conference focuses in on many of the latest ``hot button' topics, including the accelerated growth of wireless imaging, the rapid adoption of retail digital photofinishing solutions, and future developments in TV-based digital imaging," says Kristy Holch, Group Director of InfoTrends Research Group. "Additionally, we're pleased to have I3A and CIPA with us to provide an overview of technology standards and their value to digital imaging consumers and the industry. We believe that attendees will benefit tremendously from the combination of industry analysis, general information sharing, and peer-to-peer dialogue that has become commonplace at this event."
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