Jane Leung
Sep 29, 2009

World Trade Centers Association appoints DT Communications for Shanghai Expo

HONG KONG - Public relations and marketing communications consultancy DT Communications Asia-Pacific (DT Asia) has been appointed as the official event planner and sponsorship manager for the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) Pavilion at the Shanghai Expo 2010.

World Trade Centers Association appoints DT Communications for Shanghai Expo
DT Asia will oversee all sponsorship recruitment, media relations and on-site management during the Expo. With just 200 days before the Expo launches, the pressure is on for DT. SME and corporate members span different industries in 350 member cities, so utilising manpower and resources efficiently and effectively will be crucial.

“With the all-round communications platform, we will assist in realising the Association’s credo to foster ‘Peace and stability through trade’ by promoting regional and international co-operation,” said Alice Fok Ka Yee, managing director of DT Asia.

WTCA is a non-profit organisation established in 1970. It hosts 350 member cities worldwide.

Themed ‘Better city, better life’ the Shanghai Expo is to run from May to October, and more than 70 million visitors are tipped to attend.

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