Beijing InfoComm China 2020, which was originally planned for end March, is
now poised to take place from 28-30 September 2020 at the China National Convention Center, Beijing.

Testament to the position of Beijing InfoComm China as an established enabler for business growth and transformation using the latest AV technologies, businesses have indicated that the upcoming edition of the show will be a valuable opportunity for them to address business challenges and meet emerging needs.

Richard Tan, the Executive Director of InfoCommAsia, organizer of Beijing InfoComm China, said: “The overwhelming feedback from the majority of our exhibitors is that Beijing InfoComm China 2020 will provide the platform they need to build up their businesses, which may have been affected due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will also allow them to explore new opportunities in the exciting post-COVID era.”

Beijing InfoComm China is a premier Professional AudioVisual (Pro-AV) and Integrated Experience solutions platform which has been staged since 2007. Despite the pandemic, this 2020 edition will see strong participation of over 300 exhibitors taking up the entire China National Convention Center venue.

The exhibition will take place against a backdrop where Beijing, on 20 July, downgraded the
emergency response level of the coronavirus outbreak from Level II to Level III. The China
International Fair for Trade in Services has also announced that the event will take place in early September in Beijing. With the emergency response level downgraded and major events taking place, Beijing InfoComm China 2020 is set to proceed as scheduled.

“As a responsible organizer,” said Mr Tan, “our first priority is to put in place all the necessary precautions to safeguard, to the best of our abilities, health, safety and well-being of all our exhibitors and visitors at the show.”

These include the need for visitors to pre-register and submit health declarations online before their arrival, a rigorous onsite screening process, mandated usage of masks at all times within the venue and the provision of hand sanitizers throughout the three-day event.
Said Mr Tan, “We will do all that we can to ensure that Beijing InfoComm China 2020 is a safe and enjoyable experience for all our visitors, exhibitors and stakeholders, and just like it has for the past 13 years, fulfil its role in bringing together all stakeholders in China’s AV market.”