PALM Expo 2016 returns in September 2016
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PALM Expo, one of the longest running and most established networking trade shows on Pro Audio, Light, Music & Technology, returns this year at the China International Exhibition Centre (CIEC) from 1-4 September 2016. 

This year marks the 25th anniversary of PALM Expo and the organising committee together with the invited guests will commemorate this milestone with a ‘big bang’ at the show. An estimated number of over 1,650 guests will be invited to the celebration dinner; with selected high-end brands in the industry putting up a Lighting and Audio show at the dinner, specially choreographed by the renowned Lighting Designer, Mr Sha Xiao Lan and his team.

Continuous support from industry’s “wow” brands
Occupying a total exhibition space of 40,000 square metres with more than 600 exhibiting companies from over 20 countries and regions, PALM Expo 2016 continues to play host to the industry leading brands both local and international alike. Perennial favourites like Allen & Heath, Christie, dnp, Extron, JBL, d&b audiotechnik, Electronic Threatre Control, High End Systems, ART, Avolites, Coef, EAW, RCF, Running man, Powersoft, Wharfedale, KE Audio, KS Audio, Meyer sound, LAX, Sennheiser, Beyerdynamic and Yamaha, SBS, Antari Lighting, Columbus Mckinnon, Montarbo, Wolf Vision and Beta 3 etc, to name just a few, will be displaying their latest products and technologies at the show floors.

Another highlight at PALM Expo is the annual conference, which will take place on 31st August at the Radisson Blu Hotel Ballroom and the main focus of this year’s conference theme is on “Application of New technology at Performing art venues”. International speakers from America and Germany will speak and highlight the latest insights on performance art venues technology during the conference, in addition to local industry experts from China. Attendance to this event is by invitation only.

Over 200 representatives from the following sectors: performing arts venue, theatre groups, architectural firms, cultural and creative companies, designers of entertainment equipment institutions and enterprises, technical application personnel and related art research, professional institutions students and teachers, have confirmed their attendance and this year’s delegates have a better mix from various countries such as United States, Germany, Brazil, South Korea, Japan, China and 10 other countries to-date.

The above sectors have been earmarked as future growth segments in the next few years with abundant of business opportunities waiting for industry players to capitalise on. 

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