The organisers of Integrated Systems Europe 2006 have announced that the show has been granted Trade Fair Certification from the U.S. Department of Commerce (UDC).
Amsterdam 23rd September 2005
ISE 2006 - now also providing the gateway for US businesses to access the pan European market
Integrated Systems Europe, the leading European Conference and Exhibition showcase for AV Systems Integrators, offers endless opportunities for European companies to create new business and rewarding partnerships. For example In the UK, financial support is available to eligible companies through the Tradefair group, which facilitates the negotiations on behalf of prospective exhibitors and UK Trade and Investment body.
To also demonstrate it's commitment for US companies, the organisers of Integrated Systems Europe 2006 have announced that the show has been granted Trade Fair Certification from the U.S. Department of Commerce (UDC). Certification means that ISE can now offer a level of assurance to its US exhibitors for full endorsement of their products and solutions at the show which will help facilitate export sales and leverage new business opportunities.
The UDC's Belgium headquarters, believes that with the 2006 show being held in Brussels - the recognised commercial centre of Europe - this event will offer US companies many excellent opportunities. "The support that comes with US DOC certification allows buyers and sellers from the US to focus on closing deals and form new relationships with buyers and suppliers," said Ira Bel, Senior Commercial Specialist from the US Department of Commerce in Brussels
Online registration for Integrated Systems Europe 2006 now open
Integrated Systems Europe announced the opening of its on -line registration for the show to be held at the Brussels Expo, Belgium on February 1 - 3 2006.
For exhibition registration, please visit www.iseurope.org the primary source of news and information about ISE 2006. On this site, visitors can view all sessions and programs relating to the conference, see the latest list of exhibitors, view a show floorplan and find information on travelling to and staying near the Brussels Expo.
Demand for exhibition space exceeds all expectations
ISE 2006 has nearly doubled in size from the previous show with still over 4 months to go until the event itself in February 2006. At the Brussels Expo, more than 2000 m2 extra space has been allocated to meet the increasing demand from new and existing companies, keen to participate in this increasingly high profile show. Key exhibitors who signed up over the summer were Eiki and Dataton. These were astonishing figures for Mike Blackman, ISE 2006 Managing Director:
"We are delighted to see that the level of new business continues to grow each month. Even over the traditionally quiet summer months, we managed to sell over 200m2 of exhibition space. The interest levels and awareness of ISE 2006 is increasing all the time and, now that the website has gone live, we will be channeling our energies towards the Visitor and Press with a series of exciting roadshows, editorial and advertising campaigns."
Integrated Systems Europe is certified under the U.S. Department of Commerce's Trade Fair Certification Program. Visit: www.export.gov/comm_svc/trade_fair_certification.html
For media enquiries, contact: Sander Beunk, Marketing Manager, Integrated Systems Europe:
Tel: + 31 20 5040 257 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Companies interested in exhibiting at IS Europe 2006, should contact Mike Blackman, Managing Director: Tel: + 49 8102 89640 Email: email@example.com
The third edition of Integrated Systems Europe will be held 1 -3 February 2006 at the Brussels Expo. ISE is jointly sponsored by the three leading electronic systems industry associations: the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association ® (CEDIA®), the International Communications Industries Association ® (ICIA®)/Infocomm, and the National Systems Contractors Association ® (NSCA®. All are international organizations serving a combined membership of more than 8,000 companies and individuals in over 70 countries.
CEDIA® (www.cedia.org) is a global trade association of companies specializing in planning and installing residential electronic systems. ICIA® (www.infocomm.org) is the premier trade association for the professional audiovisual communications industry, and founder of InfoComm, the conference and trade exposition for audiovisual communications professionals. NSCA® (www.nsca.org) is the leading trade association representing the commercial electronic systems industry.
For further information about ISE 2006 trade show, please visit the Integrated Systems Europe website at: www.iseurope.org
The U.S. Department of Commerce Trade Fair Certification program is a cooperative arrangement between private sector show organizers and the U.S. government to increase U.S. exports and expand U.S. participation in overseas trade shows. This program provides U.S. Department of Commerce endorsement, show -related services, oversight and coordination of event services, promotional support, exhibitor marketing facilitation and in -country assistance for U.S. exhibitors.
For further information contact:
Commercial Specialist: Ira Bel
Boulevard du Regent 27
Tel: (32 2) 508 2434
e -mail: ira.bel@N0SPAM.mail.doc.gov