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Dalian to host software and information service forum

Updated: 2012-05-29 16:08

The China International Software and the Information Service Forum & Entrepreneurs' Summit 2012 is the lead forum for the 2012 CISIS Fair. Senior government officials from China and other countries and regions have been invited to discuss industry policies and share their perspectives at the forum.

Well-known IT entrepreneurs and top managers of traditional industries have been invited to explore how the new generation of intelligent information technology fosters industry revolution, promotes industry development and forges the convergence of global industries through panel presentations and dialogue. Over 20 ministerial officials and entrepreneurs have been invited to attend the China International Software and Information Service Forum & Entrepreneurs' Summit 2012, an authoritative platform for the global software and information services industry. The forum is expected to have an audience of 1,200 people at home and abroad.

The CISIS forum is the largest IT forum of the highest level in China. The keynote speakers include: Chinese leaders from China State Council, Chinese Ministerial officers from the Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Informatization and Industrialization, Ministry of Science, and China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, and foreign Ministerial officers from Japan, Korean, Malaysia, Egypt, Australia and the US. The speakers also include representatives from Intel, Microsoft, IBM, HP, Cisco, Mckinsey, EDS, SAP, Ericsson, NRI, Hitachi, NTT, Fujitsu, Neusoft, COSCO, China Unicom, and Usoft.

Time: June 15, 2012 9:00-18:00

Venue: Dalian World Expo Centre

Scale: 1,200 attendees

Content:Keynote speech by government Ministerial officers, company CEO, specialists.

Speakers:Ministerial officer from the Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Science and Technology and; government officers from China and other countries including Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Egypt, Austria, and the US; company leaders from Intel, Microsoft, IBM,HP, Cisco, BT, Mckinsey, EDS, SAP, Ericsson, NRI, HITACHI, NTT, FUJITSU, Neusoft, Usoft.


Opening Ceremony

Ministerial Forum

The Chinese and foreign ministerial officers will be invited to talk about national software policies and international cooperation.

Entrepreneurs' Summit

Famous companies' CEOs or vice-presidents will be invited to discuss the informatization and industrialization integration and the green growth by software.

Thematic Dialogue

Famous anchormen from CCTV, famous specialists and institute researchers will hold talks.

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