IFA 2017 Heithecker: Exhibitors are very satisfied at IFA in Berlin

IFA 2017 Heithecker: Exhibitors are very satisfied at IFA in Berlin

Foto: Dražen Tomić / Damir Brkić / Tomich Productions

The biggest trade show in consumer electronics IFA will tomorrow close its doors for this year. More exhibitors, trade visitors from all around the world, journalists have been in Berlin for more than six days. Berlin was again this year the center of consumer electronics industry.

As Jens Heithecker, Senior Vice President Messe Berlin Group, IFA Executive Director, told ICTbusiness.biz this year IFA was the biggest ever, with no more space for the exhibitors. “We will build a new hall for IFA 2019. hoping to satisfied the needs of our exhibitors”, said Heithecker.

This year, the exhibitors are very satisfied, Heithecker points out for ICTbusiness.biz and adds that a special part of the purchase and sale fair held at a separate exhibition space Station Berlin meets their expectations and there is also no place in it until demand for the next fair in 2018 year is growing.

All in all, this IFA 2017 has shown all the luxury of the consumer electronics segment, and how it looks, you can see in the picture gallery we prepared.

 

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