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April 13, 2012

Burgeoning Beijing — InfoComm China Show Shatters Records

Burgeoning Beijing — InfoComm China Show Shatters Records

Is 2012 the Year of the AV Trade Show? At the close of day two of InfoComm China 2012, attendance hovered close to 15,000 (14,868), representing a 39 percent increase over its previous showing in 2011. Final attendance at close of the 3-day exhibition is expected to exceed 16,000, a record turnout. Record attendance is also driving interest in industry education. The 30 sessions of the InfoComm China Summit education program attracted a record attendance of 1,550 delegates, more than double that of last year. Exhibitors are so thrilled with the 38 percent increase in visitor attendance over last year, that InfoComm China is expanding in 2013 with two additional halls.

Elated exhibitors are responding by signing up for larger booths for the 2013 event in order to accommodate the crowds that converged on the 22,000 sq metres (237,000 sq ft) of Halls 1 to 4 this year. The 2013 show will expand to Halls 5 and 6 next year to cater to the additional demand for space. Demand is coming not just from existing exhibitors, but from other manufacturers that have visited the show and indicated their intent to join next year’s event.

InfoComm China 2013 will take place from 10-12 April at the China National Convention Centre in Beijing.

We hope to see you there!

Betsy

December 12, 2011

Design School in India

Design School in India

Last week InfoComm International wrapped up a two-city Design School series. Classes in both Delhi and Bangalore drew many from the industry that desired to increase their understanding and skills in designing audiovisual systems. Rod Brown, CTS-D, CTS-I, taught all six of the three-day classes. Sponsors AMX and Kramer were instrumental in bringing this training to India.

April 19, 2011

Nihao from InfoComm China 2011!

Nihao from InfoComm China 2011!

InfoComm China 2011 opened its doors to more than 10,500 attendees in Beijing this week. The show floor had quite a buzz!  The show was the biggest InfoComm event ever staged in Asia, and visitor attendance was also at its highest ever. An increase of 16% over the last show in 2009 and the highest number ever achieved at an InfoComm show in China.  More importantly, exhibitors were happy with the high quality of these visitors.  The InfoComm China Summit, which encompasses InfoComm Academy® Seminars, Manufacturers’ Presentations, Industry Conferences and Technical Site Visits, was attended by 797 delegates.

InfoComm China 2011 occupied three of the four halls available at the China National Convention Centre, and the organizer has announced that they will be taking all four halls when it returns to Beijing, April 11-13, 2012, in order to cater to demand for bigger booths from current exhibitors as well as bookings from new exhibitors, many of whom could not secure space at this 2011 event as the show was completely sold out.