CEDIA Expo Attendance Rises

This year's CEDIA Expo in Atlanta drew more than 20,700 attendees, which represented "modest growth" from last year's total. In addition, CEDIA said, 20 percent of the attendees were at CEDIA Expo for the first time. The Expo also saw a six percent increase in exhibitors from 2009, to 453. “The steady booth traffic, the increase in exhibiting companies, and the number of new attendees are all early indicators that our industry is poised for a resurgence,” CEDIA CEO Utz Baldwin said in a statement. “The product knowledge and education that attendees take away from CEDIA EXPO 2010 will help them take advantage of emerging opportunities and will position their businesses for continued success.”

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