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After a vibrant run from 21-23 July, Beijing InfoComm China 2021 concludes yet another successful event at the China National Convention Centre (CNCC) – with the added edge of leading the change in tradeshow experience with the Show’s proprietary GoVIRTUAL platform, which extended the exhibitors’ market reach while ensuring the business community who are unable to attend the Show in person did not miss out.
Beijing InfoComm China opens the doors of China National Convention Center (CNCC) this morning, welcoming technology professionals, business leaders and entrepreneurs to Asia Pacific’s premier show on Professional AudioVisual (Pro-AV) and Integrated Experience innovations and solutions.
The NIXT (Next Integrated Experience Technology) Summit 2021 will be held on 21 and 22 July at the China National Convention Centre in Beijing, co-located with Beijing InfoComm China. This 3rd instalment of NIXT Summit is already markedly advanced from its beginnings. NIXT Summit 2021 is a must-attend for any company planning, or undergoing, digital transformations in China.
When it takes place from 21-23 July, Beijing InfoComm China, Asia Pacific’s foremost Professional AudioVisual (Pro-AV) and Integrated Experience technology event, will take on a hybrid format for the very first time in its history. The in-person show, which takes place at China National Convention Centre (CNCC), will be augmented with InfoComm China GoVIRTUAL, an AI-powered platform that can perform intuitive business matching as well as facilitate interactive live product demos and knowledge-driven webinars.
Beijing InfoComm China will return to China National Convention Centre (CNCC) from 21 to 23 July 2021, amid stronger business sentiment driven by robust growth momentum in the broader economy. The Show is taking place at an opportune time when many businesses are purposefully building capacity and investing in capabilities for the future.
InfoComm China is itself walking the talk, pushing the envelope of hybrid live events with its proprietary GoVIRTUAL. Buoyed by this AI-powered platform, the show is now capable of performing intuitive business matching as well as hosting live product demos, virtual showcases and knowledge-driven webinars. The format of InfoComm China 2021 will hereby comprise the following: three InfoComm China GoVIRTUAL Events, each focusing on specific industry sectors; and the Hybrid Xperience which combines virtual and in-person formats, slated for 21 to 23 July 2021 at the China National Convention Center in Beijing, China.
Beijing InfoComm China 2020 concluded on a positive note. The three-day show was marked by a lively and buoyant atmosphere that is familiar to exhibitors and visitors who had participated in previous years. This year’s Show was particularly timely, featuring products and solutions
that included AI, IoT, robotics and other smart technologies that will be pivotal in empowering businesses to capitalize on new opportunities in the post-pandemic landscape.
The 2020 edition of Beijing InfoComm China opened today at the China National Convention Center (CNCC), with precautionary measures to help safeguard the health and safety of participants. Running till 30 September 2020, this Asia Pacific’s premier Professional AudioVisual (Pro-AV) and Integrated Experience platform is a show of confidence by exhibitors, visitors and summit attendees in China’s successful Covid-19 control and economic recovery.
The second edition of the NIXT Conference, which runs today and tomorrow (28-29 September) at the China National Convention Center, comes at an opportune moment in China’s technological development journey.
Asia Pacific’s Leading Professional AudioVisual and Integrated Experience Technology Tradeshow Showcases Transformative Technologies that Drive Business Continuity in the New Normal of Continuous Disruptions