International consulting firm, BroadGroup is all set to host the 3rd forum for Asia, the Finance and Investment Forum (FIF) for Data Center, Hosting and Cloud.
“Asia’s data center markets are still experiencing growth and will likely do so for some years ahead,” commented Steve Wallage, managing director, BroadGroup Consulting. “This forum is the only meeting of its kind in the region, and we encourage investors to exploit its exceptional networking opportunities.”
Considered to be the “best place to take the temperature of the industry,” FIF offers several critical advantages to all attendees including exposure to key investors providing often difficult or rare opportunities for many companies across the sector. It also offers high level analysis of the market for data center and cloud assets, company valuations and investor experience.
Attended by more than 200 executives from investment companies, financiers, banks, professional services firms, government and regional investment authorities, property interests, and law firms together with the leadership of carrier neutral and carrier owned data center and cloud owning companies and senior enterprise infrastructure executives, discussion will include a focus on the challenges of cloud, location, enterprise outsourcing, market outlook and identify key business opportunities, types of finance available, M&A and business models.
Speakers announced include Daniel Abrahams, Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director, Superloop (Australia), Reynaldo R. Huergas, President, IP Converge Data Services Inc (Philippines), Hon Charles Mok, JP, Legislative Councillor (Information Technology), HKSAR, Kok-Chye Ong, Head of Investments, Data Centre, Keppel Telecommunications & Transportation (Singapore), Daniel Newman, CFO, GDS Services and GDS Infrastructure, Everett Thompson, CEO, WiredRE, and other distinguished speakers.
The one-day event is sponsored by Digital Realty, MDeC, WiredRE and endorsed by InvestHK and will be held at the Conrad Hotel in Hong Kong 12th November 2015.