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IFA International Trade Visitors

Ralf Jurrien
IFA Report
Thursday 23rd, August 2007
Posted by: Ralf Jurrien

Trade visitors to this year’s IFA will again have an opportunity to take part in the themed tours. These will take them straight to the highlights of the various thematic areas and provide an opportunity for discussions about the latest trends with specialist from the companies on display. These tours will enable trade visitors to take a first look at the latest developments and, with time at a premium, to meet with representatives of companies in each of the specialist areas. This is also an ideal way for dealers to make contact with companies. In each case two or three innovative firms will be featured, whose experts will be on hand to present their latest products and answer questions.

IFA International Trade Visitors

International Trade Visitors
This year these popular tours will concentrate on the four themes of Audio Entertainment, Home Entertainment, Technology & Components, and Connectivity. Attention will be focused on Web 2.0, digital photography and music in the new My Media section, the finest quality sound and pictures for maximum enjoyment of Home Cinema, communication with providers, telecommunications, satellite navigation systems and the providers of cable and antennae services, the international halls and the Science and Technology Forum of the IFA. There will be regular announcements about themes, running orders and starting times of the tours for visitors to the International Trade Visitors’ Reception.

International Trade Visitors - Tours
Tours of the four theme sections will all start at the same times, 11 a.m. and 1.30 p.m., each day between 31 August and 4 September from the International Trade Visitors’ Reception in Hall 1.1, close to the South Entrance to the Exhibition Grounds. There will only be a morning tour on 5 September, starting at 10 a.m. Depending on the composition of the group, explanations will be either in German or in English. It is not necessary to register in advance. The latest details about the individual routes and the exhibitors who will be visited during these tours will be posted on the internet.

IFA 2007 - Exhibition Grounds
In addition to the tours the range of services for trade visitors will also include advance registration at the online ticket shop, a “Fast Lane“ with a separate entrance to provide quick access to the Exhibition Grounds, a trade visitors’ package with information and a free catalogue, and the Trade Visitors’ Reception in Hall 1.1., open each day at 8 a.m., and occupying an area of 800 square metres. This also contains offices and rooms for meetings as well as workstations with connection to the internet.

IFA - Free Business Buffet Lunch
The IFA is extending an exclusive invitation to the groups and buyers’ cooperatives that are working closely with the IFA - ElectronicPartner, expert, Euronics International and telering - to attend a free Business Buffet Lunch. A sumptuous free buffet with international specialities will be provided each day between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the centrally located “Brandenburg“ restaurant in Hall 24. Members of the dealers’ cooperatives will be admitted to the restaurant upon presentation of the trade visitors' badge and by stating the name of their group when registering.

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