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IABM announces new APAC Members’ Council line-up

IABM announces new APAC Members’ Council line-up

IABM announces new APAC Members’ Council line-up


IABM has announced the new line-up for its APAC Members’ Council and its chair. Drawn from regional companies and international members operating in APAC, the new Members’ Council will continue to provide a voice in the broadcast and media technology industry under the new chair, Alex Timbs, senior business development manager at Dell EMC.

“I am delighted to take up the APAC Members’ Council chair,” said Timbs. “These are challenging times but there are also great opportunities for companies in the region as the industry transformation continues to accelerate. We’ve gathered a highly motivated and talented group of people together for the new Council, and we will continue to actively support member companies in the region in every way we can.”

For full details of members serving on the IABM APAC Members’ Council alongside Timbs, visit

“Our Regional Members’ Councils play a key role in maintaining the international representation and influence of IABM in the broadcast and media world,” added Lucinda Meek, IABM CFO, who is also responsible for governance of all IABM’s Regional Members’ Councils. “The APAC Members’ Council has a mission to help all our members in the region to navigate these challenging times together – and help set a platform for future region-specific initiatives as things move forward. I am delighted that we have had such a positive response to our call for new council members and I look forward to working with them all to advance IABM members’ interests in the region.”

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