Friday, 9 October 2015

Infocomm India Grows from Strength to Strength

Record Visitor Attendance Cement InfoComm India’s Position as the Nation’s Premier Professional Audiovisual (Pro-AV) and Information Communication Technology (ICT) Tradeshow.
Held from 1-3 September 2015 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, InfoComm India once again received overwhelming positive response. Attracting a record visitor attendance for the third straight year, it generatedg lowing feedback from exhibitors on its world-class quality and endorsement as the best tradeshow of its kind in India.
InfoComm India 2015 was packed with product debuts, cutting-edge technology demonstrations and visions of smart cities, all of which helped to connect the various stakeholder communities. 6,525 local and international trade and end-user visitors passed through the doors of the exhibition hall. This 16% year-on-year increase in visitor attendancewas achieved despite a major disruption in the local public transport system on the first two days of the show which paralysed the city– an indication of visitors’ commitment to attending InfoComm India.
Also attesting to the rapidly-growing standing and vibrancy of the show, there was 33% more exhibitors compared to 2014, bringing the total number of exhibitors to 201 coming from 21 countries. These included names like ZTE, Dexon and Gestton  which were among the 40 that participated in InfoComm India for the first time. 
The 22% larger showfloor and an hour’s extension to opening hours accommodated the increase in visitor numbers and eased traffic flow, allowing exhibitors and visitors the space and time to engage in deeper conversations.
“We are thrilled to be able to produce another record-setting InfoComm India,” said Richard Tan, Executive Director of InfoCommAsia Pte Ltd. “Although this is only the 3rd edition, all the show’s performance metrics, including number of visitors, summit attendance and exhibitors, has surpassed our most optimistic expectations, pointing to a bright future for the development of the pro-AV and ICT industries in India.”
Not only were the visitors impressed with the range of exhibitors, the quality of the exhibits and the live demonstrations  they were also enthralled by the rich diversity of seminars at the concurrent 3-day Summit which covered the entire spectrum of pro-AV and ICT solutions.
Under the Indian Government Smart Cities Programme, 100 cities across India will be transformed into Smart Cities by harnessing technology for the purpose of accelerating economic development, creating jobs, raising income levels and lifting the quality of life. This ambitious programme will enhance the impetus to drive InfoComm India to greater growth as audiovisual and information communication technologies are the fundamental building blocks for Smart Cities.
The trade exhibition is a showcase of the world’s most cutting-edge and sought-after inventions. The Summit offers complimentary learning opportunities to all trade professionals and end-users. 
InfoComm India will return from 12-14 September 2016 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre. Cable Quest is on official  media partner of the show.    


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