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BIT's 2nd Annual World Congress of Cultural & Creative IT Industries 2014  (CCI2014)

19 Jun 2014 - 20 Jun 2014 - Dalian, China



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World Congress of Cultural & Creative IT Industries 2014 (CCI-2014) will be held during June 19-21, 2014 at Dalian World EXPO Center, China. Now we’re calling for experts in the area of Cultural & Creative IT Industries to make experience exchanges around the world. On behalf of the organizing committee,  I am pleased to welcome you to attend our conference. 

The conference will serve as a meeting point for creative practice, cutting edge research, innovation and digital media using information technology. It is directed to institutional representatives within the art world, technology business, university, research centers, communication media, foundations and other social organizations. The main objective of the call for the International Conference is dedicated to experimenting with information technology for the production of new knowledge and the betterment of society. 

CCI-2014 is combing with cluster conferences in the field of information technology, including Emerging InfoTech-2014, U-World, Smart Home, Cloud Computing, IT Outsourcing, Smart City. This will be a platform for open debate, discussion, proposals of practical and evidence-based solutions. We also hope CCI-2014 can meet the challenges and demands and offer huge opportunities to the IT Industry.




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