Jeremy Geiger of RTM Asia Speaking at International Business Conference, Localization World 2009 in Silicon Valley
Presentation to provide advice on Customer and Revenue Acquisition in Asia-Pacific
Silicon Valley – Oct. 14 2009 – Jeremy Geiger, Vice-President of Business Development of RTM Asia, an Asia-Pacific business development acceleration company, is speaking on Customer and Revenue Acquisition in Asia-Pacific at this fall’s Localization World 2009 international business conference, to be held October 20th-22nd in Santa Clara, CA. The presentation entitled Customer and Revenue Acquisition in Asia-Pacific will take place on the opening day, October 21, 2009 at 12:00pm at the Santa Clara Convention Center. The headquarters hotel is the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara.
Mr. Geiger’s talk will answer pertinent questions for Executives such as:
- At what point should a software, internet or technology company start thinking about sales in Asia-Pacific?
- What countries to start in?
- How much investment is required?
- What are the differences between different Asian countries from a marketing and sales cycle perspective?
- How much of global revenue should you expect from Asia-Pacific?
- Full program details and additional speakers’ biographies are available at www.localizationworld.com.
The conference agenda offers four concurrent program tracks: Global Business Best Practices, Managing Global Websites, Core Localization Competencies and Advanced Localization Management. Mr. Geiger will present in the Global Business Best Practices track. Programs and exhibits are directed to both customers and vendors.
Keynote speakers include Dave Luhr, COO of international ad agency Wieden & Kennedy, and Chris Anderson, editor-in-chief of Wired Magazine, who will be speaking via live broadcast from New York. Additional speakers include senior executives from large and mid-sized international enterprises, academic institutions and research companies.
Due to the high caliber of speakers and content, as well as a sold out exhibit hall, it is expected that this will be a well-attended Localization World event, providing an excellent opportunity to learn from leading experts in software, social media, advertising, finance and publishing, as well as specialists in localization, international Web development, and sales. In addition to seminars and exhibitions, there will be two evening networking events providing opportunities to meet people and establish partnerships.
“RTM Asia is presenting at Localization World 2009 because we recognize how critical this information is for companies expanding in the global marketplace,” says Jeremy Geiger, Vice-President of Business Development. “Our presentation will give attendees great insights that will minimize risk”
Localization, the art and science of adapting products, services, and communications to an international language or culture to appear native to any particular region, is a vital function for global success. Localization World 2009 delivers comprehensive education and networking opportunities for both beginners and experienced professionals involved in multinational growth.
About RTM Asia
RTM Asia specializes in helping technology companies from around the world accelerate their business in the Asia Pacific region. Whether your company is a large multinational launching (or re-launching) a new product or an early stage startup trying to enter new markets for the first time, RTM Asia’s key focus is growing your revenue and presence in Asia. RTM Asia’s coverage in key Asia Pacific markets is unparalleled. In addition to direct coverage in Japan, Greater China, Korea, and Australia, our extensive network of resellers, alliance partners and industry contacts augment our operations and extends our reach to every country within the Asia Pacific region.
NOTE: RTM Asia and the RTM Asia logo are service-marks of RTM International, Ltd.