This will be Connessioni’s tenth year at ISE, but that is certainly not the only reason to celebrate this trip. Indeed, there will be many activities and opportunities for Italians during the fair, and we will be there the whole time to add our contribution.
We will begin on 4 February with the usual AudioForum, which has now arrived at its 13th edition and by now is a “classic” of the pre-fair conferences. Organized by us here at Connessioni in collaboration with AES and ISE, this year the program will be focused on sound environments, of interest to both technical figures as well as architects and end users. HERE you can see the full schedule that, considering the number of registrations, is having wonderful success! But there is still room for those interested…
Italians’ presence at the fair is already going to be higher than previous editions, considering the number of exhibitors this year—55 in total! There are many new names, in all categories, from lighting to the visual world to audio. We are aiming to visit all of them: with our Daily electronic update – our publication that will share news, events, courses, interviews, people and trends live from the fair each day – we will seek to offer the visibility that Made in Italy has increasingly demonstrated to be worthier of year after year. If you haven’t yet scheduled an interview with our staff, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In any event, if you will be in Amsterdam for ISE, come by and visit us: we will be present with our editorial staff, which will “move in” for the occasion, at stand 15-T295. Do you need to meet your clients, download mail, catch your breath after the 25th kilometer, calmly read our Daily update or sit down for an interview with us? We will be happy to host you. It will be your Home of the Italians at ISE!
At our stand you can also meet ArchIntegration, SIEC’s initiative that will bring a representation of architects to the fair to “become friends” with the world of AV technologies.
All that’s left is to meet in Amsterdam!
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