My good intentions to post about the ad:tech conference here in Beijing this week have been dented by:
- the abundance of things to see and experience for someone who has never been to this part of the world before
- some challenges with internet access.
And with only a day and a half to go and some serious sightseeing still planned, I doubt I’ll be doing much blogging, at least before I hit Shanghai tomorrow night. And then there will be more sightseeing.
In the meantime, for some observations on ad:tech Beijing, see Eddie Choi’s post What Else, What’s New. Unfortunately I missed his B2B session, which I was hoping to catch: I had to do some last-minute re-working of the slides I had prepared beforehand for the session I was moderating, on blogging (the title indicated it was about creating a social networking platform, but it was really focused on corporate blogging).
On the Great Wall, Mutianyu section, northeast of Beijing
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Hi Des, enjoy exploring Beijing and Shanghai. I am expecting your Ad Tech posts and your views about China market. I also recommend Thomas Crampton’s blog. He has a lot more details about the event.
Thanks for being connected.
Have had a cultural and culinary feast in Beijing for the past few days and now looking forward to Shanghai. I will check out Thomas’ blog.
You did a great job moderating at ad-tech Beijing. Click my name to see my visit to the Great Wall at Mutianyu. Wasn’t it stunning?
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At the least Eddies B2B session would of been very interesting – especisally observing “The commercial value of social media doesn’t look particularly exciting” from his post
I can’t seem to access that post of Eddie’s – do you have the link for it?
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