CEDIA Expo returns to Sydney
- 08 June, 2009 13:36
<p>PRESS RELEASE: Sydney Monday June 8:</p>
<p>• CEDIA EXPO 09 RETURNS TO DARLING HARBOUR JULY 13-17</p>
<p>Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) is Australia’s peak international trade association, specialising in the education and training of professionals engaged in the design and installation of electronic systems for residential and commercial sectors. CEDIA’s annual event attracts approximately 3,600 trade professionals each year - from architects and electricians to installers and home renovators, and comprises a comprehensive exhibition, conference and series of intensive training programs.</p>
<p>“As the number one showcase in the multi million dollar residential electronic systems industry, CEDIA EXPO offers the most networking, leading edge special events and speakers, and the world’s most advanced residential electronic systems education and certification,” Stephen Miller, Executive Director, CEDIA Asia Pacific said today.
“The electronic systems aspect of home information, communications, security and entertainment technology is an area which has seen massive technological change in the last decade and continues to experience an increasingly rapid technological change,” Mr. Miller said.</p>
<p>• PRESS CONFERENCE for CEDIA EXPO 2009 will be held on Wednesday 15 July 2009 at 12.30pm – 1.00pm CEDIA Stand Hall 5 Darling Harbour.
Contact Event PR Terry Quinn on 0439 710 418 email@example.com
or Stephen Miller 02 9666 1677 Stephen.firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit www.cedia.com.au
• Media interested in this sector, which includes state of the art products and services covering a wide variety of electronic systems - from Home Office Data Networks and Remote Internet Controlled Security technology to the very latest in Home Cinema, Audio, Baseband and Broadband, Digital High Definition systems, wired and unwired plus “hands on”, VERY VISUAL demonstrations and much more , should attend.</p>
<p>Ends CEDIA EXPO 09 </p>
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