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Sep 5, 2014

Twitter roundup: CDX Global Forum

SINGAPORE - Senior digital executives descended on Singapore’s Sentosa Island this week for the inaugural Chief Digital Officer Global Forum, where speakers from brands including Unilever, Twitter and Google shared insights and experiences in reaching, engaging and converting consumers in the evolving digital space.

Twitter's Parminder Singh
Twitter's Parminder Singh

Delegates from around the world took part in a number of sessions over two days at the event, known as the CDX Forum, discussing and debating key issues, challenges and trends affecting the industry.

The invite-only event followed the inaugural CDX Forum held last November in Silicon Valley.

Here’s a roundup of some of the best tweets from the event. For more, check out the hashtag #CDXForum:


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