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Inaugural InfoComm China Close to a Sell-Out

May 2002 show to feature more than 40 companies (December 21, 2001)
InfoComm China has received overwhelming response since its launch six months ago. More than 95% of its 6,000 sqm exhibition space has been snapped up. A total of 44 exhibition companies representing 13 economies have confirmed their participation in the exhibition which debuts in Shanghai on 9 May 2002.

Affiliated to InfoComm International, the leading audiovisual communications showcase in the world, InfoComm China showcases the communication industrys latest technological developments, innovations and applications in audio, video, presentation, projection, multimedia, computer and interactive conferencing. Established industry names such as Barco, Christie Digital Systems, Creston, Da-Lite Screen Company, Draper Inc, Epson, Extron Electronics, Fujitsu General, InFocus, Mitsubishi, NEC, Sanyo, Sony and Toshiba are gearing up for their successful presentation.

"We have participated in all of the InfoComm shows worldwide with great success. China is an important market for Da-Lite. We believe that our participation in InfoComm China will provide us with a unique opportunity to reach the Chinese buyers who are interested in the audio visual products which we manufacture," said Ms Judith Loughran, Senior Vice President of Da-Lite Screen Company.

Ms Sandy Tai, Assistant Marketing Manager of Crestron Asia Limited added, "InfoComm is an important platform for us to introduce new products and developments to the dealers, partners and customers. We are very excited about InfoComm China as we see this show as our best opportunity to explore business dealings with the Chinese buyers."

InfoComm China is set to be the marketing platform for companies to present their best for the vast Chinese market. Shanghai, Chinas major business and industrial hub, is the meeting place for local businesses, professionals and educational institutes to source their audio-visual requirement.

The vibrancy is evident with Chinas entry into World Trade Organisation, which promises to produce substantial new trade and investment opportunities. The staging of the 2008 Olympics Games has given the country a further boost. As the nation prepares to host the world games, there is great urgency to modernise and upgrade its infrastructure. All these exciting developments spawn tremendous demand for better telecommunications, presentation equipment and other infocomm products and services, according to show organiser INFOCOMMASIA Pte Ltd.

INFOCOMMASIA managing director Mr Nat Wong said "The launch of InfoComm China is timely for exhibitors to embrace the vast opportunities. It is a natural progression for us to recognise Chinas growing importance to the infocommunications industry and help our exhibitors to make that crucial connection to the buyers. The reward is plentiful for those who successfully position themselves to the vast Chinese market early."

In conjunction with the exhibition, a seminar under the aegis of the International Communications Industries Association, Inc (ICIA) will be held. Conducted in Chinese, a diverse range of topics will be presented. The full list of topics and speakers will be available soon from the exhibition website,

InfoComm China will be staged at INTEX, Shanghai, from 9 to 11 May 2002. Hosted by International Trade Promotion Co., Ltd, it is sponsored by ICIA.

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