The Balkan region is these days attracting more outside interest than perhaps any other part of Central and Eastern Europe.
This is in large part due to most people seeing it as less developed – and therefore having more potential, especially for investors – than markets to the north, and this is certainly true when compared to the likes of Poland and Russia, for instance.
However, the Balkans is far from backward and one need only look at such markets as Romania, which has been very much at the forefront of regional TV industry developments in recent years.
Working in conjunction with Telenor Satellite Broadcasting, Broadband TV News has to date held some of its most successful, and indeed interesting, events in the Balkans. We will again be returning to the region, this time on October 9, to host an event in the Serbian capital, Belgrade, on what we regard is an important and highly topical subject – multiscreen – that is currently being discussed throughout the industry.
Our Business Breakfast will undoubtedly dispel once and for all that the Balkans is still a backwater. Instead, it will confirm that the region is very much up to speed with what is going on elsewhere in CEE and indeed Europe as a whole.
At the time of writing we already have several high profile participants confirmed for the event and we expect their number to grow in the next few days.
They include Serbia Broadband, Central European Media Enterprises (CME) and Samsung, all of which are key players in the region’s newly emerging advanced TV marketplace.
Events in Belgrade have been amongst the most popular hosted by us in the past and we expect the one on October 9 to be no different. To ensure your attendance, we recommend you register (for free) as soon as possible by clicking on: http://www.broadbandtvnews.com/events/balkan-business-breakfast/
We look forward to welcoming you in Belgrade.