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COMPUTEX Thinking Ahead - BIG Plans

| Posted: Sep 28, 2006 12:48 am

Looks like COMPUTEX in Taipei (one of the largest yearly I.T. shows across the globe) has a very bright and lengthy future ahead.

 

News from the COMPUTEX organizers has it that they not only intend for COMPUTEX 2007 to be be bigger and better then ever before (they'll be doing extremely well if it tops the success brought from this yrs show!), but they also give us the heads up on a massive new venue currently under construction for the 2008 show.

 

The "Nangang Exhibition Complex" will be able to hold another whopping 2,626 standard-size (3x3 meters) booths and will occupy an extra 47,000 square meters of exhibition space. By adding TWTC, already with 1,919 booth capacity, with the new exhibition center at Nangang, COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2008 will be fielding 4,545 booths for the best ICT in Taiwan and around the World.

 

Grab this document for all the details folks.

 


With a fresh slate of records for participation and attendance, COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2007 is heading into its 27th year to consolidate its standing as the world's second largest IT show and to highlight Taiwan's position as the world's leading IT supplier. The 2006 fair surpassed projected attendance with about 30,000 overseas buyers and a total of over 130,000 visitors, generating on-site orders and sales worth valued at US$12.5 billion. Representatives of all industries, sectors, and companies from 22 nations teemed about four spacious Taipei World Trade Center halls housing 2,907 booths to browse, network, source, and exchange.

 

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