• Technology expo set at SMX Manila


    Systems Integration Philippines takes over the entire ground floor of SMX Manila Convention Center from August 15 to 17 for an expo that will showcase the latest electronics and gadgets representing brands from around the world.

    “Systems Integration Philippines is our answer to the need for businesses and local government units to streamline and upgrade their operations and productivity in order to keep up with the booming economy. Visitors will find a jam-packed show with exhibitors excited to present their best and latest products and solutions,” said event organizer Patrick Lawrence Tan, chief executive officer of Global-Link Exhibitions Specialist Inc.

    The event fuses seven industries into an comprehensive showcase of technologies: Commworld (information technology and telecoms); Corporate Gifts Expo (gifts and promotional products); Digital Electronics World (consumer clectronics and gadgets); Educa Expo (e-learning technologies); Palmm Philippines (pro-audio, lights, music and movie); Signs and Media World Expo (signage and multimedia); and T.O.P.S. (Total Office Products and Services) Show (business products and services).

    The expo is headlined by EZ Touch Corp. and Panasonic as the platinum sponsors and Power Mac Center as the minor sponsor.

    For three whole days, visitors can also check out special international pavilions from Korea, get up to 50-percent discount on premium selections, attend technical seminars and workshops, and join many fun activities. Doors open from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Entrance is free.

    “It’s another sold-out show for the most awaited technology and electronics event in the country. We have so much in store this year. We invite everyone to upgrade your business at the biggest and best Systems Integration Philippines yet,” Tan said.

    With over 30,000 trade visitors expected in attendance, Systems Integration Philippines is set to generate multimillion pesos worth of business deals.


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