Pulse+IT launches Asia Pacific edition
Pulse+IT has today launched its long-awaited Asia Pacific edition, which will be sent to thousands of Pulse+IT's 18,000+ total subscribers.
To be sent once per fortnight initially, existing Pulse+IT subscribers can elect to receive this edition at no cost by adjusting their subscriber preferences using the link at the bottom of any Pulse+IT eNewsletter. If you are not currently subscribed to the free Pulse+IT eNewsletter service, you can sign up via www.pulseitmagazine.com.au/subscribe#enews
While the scope of the Asia Pacific edition will evolve as we develop our capacity in Malaysia, Hong Kong and India, our launch edition takes a look at some of the developments occurring in Singapore's health start-up community, in addition to the healthcare challenges its ageing population will unleash on the country in the coming decades.
In addition to independent health IT reporting, Pulse+IT Asia Pacific editions will include links to conferences, webinars, employment and business opportunities, and other health IT resources.
The newsletters will also feature a hand picked selection of articles from Pulse+IT's reporting from Australia and New Zealand to promote the sharing of health IT knowledge throughout the broader Asia Pacific region.
If your organisation has operations in any of the countries mentioned above, now is a great time to get in touch with Pulse+IT to discuss your health IT initiatives with us.
To support this expansion, Pulse+IT is building a new team of journalists spread throughout Asia tasked with staying abreast of, and reporting on, the region's latest health IT developments as they unfold.
Pulse+IT's nine-year lineage as the Asia Pacific region's only specialised health IT publisher stands us in good stead for the expansion ahead, and we look forward to feedback from our readership as our offering evolves.
Organisations looking to grow their profile in Asia may like to review our discounted and very competitive pre-launch eNewsletter advertising rates for our Asia Pacific edition via this page.
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