There is the CES in America. But if you dig deeper, the home of technology is really in Korea. Is it? Well, to quench your curiosity, the best opportunity to verify this claim is always to see it with your own eyes. Korea hosts an annual electronics show where one can witness hundreds of new technological products being showcased to the world.
It is through this event where people can get to see new products of tech companies before they hit the market. Companies worldwide and as far as Russia, China and India will participate in the show.
If you are a mere spectator, then this event surely should not be missed. If you want to showcase your product to the world, this event is the one for you. Considering this event is about new technological products from different companies worldwide, your brand will get exposed to a wider and broader audience.
Any product belong to ICT, imaging and solutions, multimedia and home entertainment, living consumer electronics, car electronics and securities, convergence and other applications, modules, parts and materials and many more.
If you have been to CES, then the KES event should even bring you more surprises. Visit the Korea Electronics Show 2011 to find out more details regarding the schedules of activities. See you there!
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Gazelle for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
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