Underpinned by tight health and safety rules, IFA 2020 Special Edition connects brands with media, retailers and the public Huge interest by exhibitors in next year’s IFA, with more than 60 percent of exhibition space already booked for IFA 2021. IFA expands into photography in cooperation with Berlin Photo Week.
From the moment the organizers of the IFA 2020 Special Edition announced they were going ahead with plans for a hybrid physical/virtual event, the anticipation was palpable.
The third and last day of IFA 2020 Special Edition begins tomorrow, 5 September! We present global brands, innovative products, insights and an idea of what we are planning for IFA in a year's time.
CE China - a global IFA event - adjusts its concept for the year 2020 and co-hosts the International Consumer Electronics (CE) Summit 2020 by IDG Asia, a long-time partner and co-organizer of CE China.
The IFA NEXT Innovation Engine drives forward the discussions about future concepts and ideas in tech and mobility. Over the course of three days - from 3 to 5 September - in about 40 sessions a wide range of experts provide their insights and visions.
There is probably no better time or place to track industry market trends than at IFA. This year is no exception, despite the bedlam caused by the Covid-19 crisis. In each edition, IFA International will be covering several areas of importance.
In the final press briefing of Day 1 for IFA 2020 Special Edition, Warren Saunders, Northern European Lead at GfK spoke about the global consumer electronic landscape and, of course, how the pandemic is and will continue to affect it.