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网络研讨会:与互联网的未来一起与时俱进所面临的机遇和挑战—ICANN新加坡会议须知

日期:2014年3月10日星期一
时间:世界协调时04:00-05:00时(时区转换器:http://goo.gl/hqru17

与ICANN副总裁Yu-Chuang Kuek(郭又铨)和Christopher Mondini一道参加ICANN第49届会议商届人士预备网络研讨会 [PDF, 189 KB]。

本次网络研讨会旨在向不熟悉ICANN社群但有有意参加ICANN第49届新加坡公共会议的商界人士介绍ICANN和商业利益相关方团体。

演讲人包括:

  • Elisa Cooper — MarkMonitor产品营销高级总监
  • Peter J. Dernbach — Winkler Partners合伙人
  • Maemura Akinori — 日本网络信息中心互联网开发部总经理

如需回复本通知,并了解如何参加本次网络研讨会,请点击以下链接:http://goo.gl/eTjiux


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