Breaking News from InfoComm China 2012

Exhibitors thrilled with record breaking 38% increase in visitor attendance. ---- InfoComm China to expand in 2013 with two additional halls

15:00 hr, 13 April 2012: Beijing, China


At close of day two of InfoComm China 2012, attendance at the show was 14,868, representing a 39% increase over its previous showing in 2011. Final attendance at close of the 3-day exhibition is expected to breach 16,000, a record turnout in the history of the show.

The 30 sessions of the InfoComm China Summit education program also attracted a record attendance of 1,550 delegates, more than double that of last year.

Elated exhibitors responded by signing up for larger booths for the 2013 event in order to accommodate the crowds that thronged the 22,000 sq metres (237,000 sq ft) of Halls 1 to 4 this year. The organizers have already announced that the 2013 show will expand to Halls 5 and 6 next year to cater to the additional demand for space, not just from existing exhibitors but many others 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.

For more information on InfoComm China 2013, please contact:

Constance Lee
Project Director - InfoComm China 2013
Email: constancelee@infocommasia.com
Mobile: +65. 9181.4747

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