Open Web Asia 2010 in KL
Open Web Asia is a conference bringing together Asia’s brightest web technology minds to put a unique spin on the latest in internet developments, and this year it lands in Kuala Lumpur with an impressive list of guest speakers and much promise for interesting ideas. The theme for the two-day even is (perhaps unsurprisingly) “Web Innovation in Asia” and (perhaps also unsurprisingly) the focus will be on mobile applications, cloud computing and location-based services. Guest speakers will arrive from across the region and beyond, representing companies like Google, Yahoo, TechCrunch, Digg and Amazon.
The inaugural OWA in Seoul in 2008 was a roaring success with over 500 participants, and 2010 marks its first landing in Southeast Asia (first of many, hopefully). If you’re at all involved with the web and interested in what its Asian future will look like, it could be worth dropping by Crowne Plaza Mutiara Hotel, KL, on 13-14 July.
- Japanese Road Show to discuss opportunities in ASEAN
- Biotech entrepreneurship flourishing in Malaysia
- ‘Wave’ of FDI flows into Malaysia in 2011
- The Economist: good policies creating a strong Penang
- Senai Hi-Tech Park will help transform Malaysia, says PM Najib
- AirAsia in share swap with Malaysia Airlines?
- Japanese M&A activity and FDI grows in Malaysia
- RIM may set up Blackberry procurement center in Penang
- Corporatize sports funding, says Malaysian govt.
- Google keen on Indonesian market, less keen on local regulation