China’s pro-AV market is now worth $16.8 billion, constituting 40% of Asia Pacific’s market. InfoComm China 2017 is the platform to tap into the growth opportunities in China’s professional audiovisual (pro-AV) and information communications technology (ICT) markets.
INFOCOMM CHINA 2016 VISITOR SNAPSHOT
China’s professional audiovisual market is already the largest in Asia Pacific. The market will continue to burgeon as consumers’ appetite for technologies grow.
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"This was our first time taking part in InfoComm China, and it was a great show for us. The crowd was fantastic, with very targeted and professional attendees who matched the exact profile of our audience. We will definitely book a bigger space for the show next year to showcase more products and content."
"Christie collaborated with Jaguar for the 2014 show. Our aim then was to promote our brand and raise awareness. We adopted a bold and innovative design for our booth, offering 360-degree projections of Jaguar's cars. This is a first-of-its-kind innovation within the industry; such technology is considered a rarity even in automotive shows. The exhibition floor arrangement was great as well. Audience wise, we received discerning trade customers at our booth."
"The aim for participating in this exhibition was to promote Samsung's product diversification, and to offer a general push for new products for 2014. InfoComm China visitors are mostly industry and trade professionals, such as users and dealers within the industry. The quality of the audience is always of a high level, which is the main reason for our participation."
"Every year, this exhibition occupies the entire China National Convention Center. This year's show attracted bigger visitor numbers compared to the show in 2013. At our Leyard booth, the number of visitors has definitely increased progressively, year after year. Evidently, the show is growing in scale. This is good news for exhibitors because the show is clearly growing in its influence. I can see InfoComm China continuing to attract more professional visitors from China and Asia."
"Our objectives of participating in the exhibition were to increase Budee's brand awareness in the AV market; understand the latest market trends; and reach out to more AV customers. The exhibition brings together many manufacturers so customers can make comparisons and choose brands that suit them. The show targets and attracts mostly the professional audience. Our visitors were mainly industry professionals who attended with a purpose in mind.
We had the chance to get in touch with our existing customers, and touch base with new ones, including a few from overseas. We had a Russian customer who tried all our products, taking a very strong interest in our brand and expressing an intention to cooperate with us. In addition, there were also visitors from Hong Kong, Guangdong and other parts of Southern China. We have achieved great results during InfoComm China 2014; results that met our expectations."