Be high profile at the 20th anniversary of AdFest

Production Hut & Digital Hut (2).jpgThis is going to be a big year for AdFest and the festival is now inviting production, post and visual effects, digital, data and technology companies to be part of its Production Hut and Digital Hut at next year's festival, which runs from 22nd to 25th March 2017 in Pattaya, Thailand.

The Production Hut and Digital Hut provide a unique networking forum for production and digital companies to connect with a global audience of creative professionals.
Says Kem Suraphongchai, festival director, AdFest: "Every year, we receive incredible feedback from companies who take up booths in our Production and Digital Huts and say we've created the perfect environment for making connections. Delegates at AdFest love exploring our Production Hut and Digital Hut, which have a famously laid-back atmosphere that's ideal for hosting meetings, distributing showreels, and making new connections."

All production-related companies are eligible to exhibit at Production Hut, including production houses, animation companies, post-production, visual effects, music and sound studios, stock photography and footage companies.

The Digital Hut is open to all digital/interactive companies.

A fee of USD$7,000 covers one 2 meter by 2 meter booth, complete with an LCD TV to showcase your reel and two complimentary delegate registrations to AdFest 2017. Group discounts apply for three or more production companies.

If you are interested in taking up a booth at AdFest 2016 at the Royal Cliff Hotels Group in Pattaya, Thailand, please contact: Zine@ADFEST.com.

AdFest 2017 will take place 22nd - 25th March 2017 at the Royal Cliff Hotels Group in Pattaya, Thailand. For more information, visit: www.ADFEST.com.

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