IABM preps Inter BEE appearance
The IABM (International Association of Broadcasting Manufacturers) will be exhibiting at Inter BEE 2013, November 13-15 in Tokyo, to support association members at the show — both new and experienced exhibitors — and to share its expertise and data on the state of the industry.
To foster the participation of its members in important events such as Inter BEE, the IABM is hosting three new exhibitors on a pavilion adjacent to the IABM stand (#6112). Continuing the IABM’s work to equip industry members with the latest data and forecasts, John Ive, director of business development and technology at the IABM, will deliver a keynote entitled ‘Key Business and Technology Developments in the Broadcast and Media Industry’ on Thursday, November 14 at 10:30 a.m.
“The IABM is dedicated to supporting our global membership in ways that encourage further growth and success, and our presence at Inter BEE 2013 will reflect that focus,” says IABM director general Peter White. “In addition to introducing several companies to Inter BEE and helping them to build valuable industry connections, we will provide all attendees with the opportunity to learn more about the impact that changing technology is having on our business.”
Ive’s keynote will examine the rapid evolution of the broadcast and media industry, particularly with respect to improvements in image quality and much greater use of IT technology. His presentation will give attendees an overview of the current business climate for technology suppliers to the broadcast and media industry and identify the key enablers contributing to the technology revolution. Looking ahead, Ive will discuss what is on the horizon and which initiatives are most likely to succeed. He will also take a practical view in examining new end-user priorities when making purchase decisions.