Latin America. TecnoMultimedia InfoComm, the conference and expo for audiovisual systems, home automation, digital signage and unified communications, has signed a marketing agreement with GlobAllAccess to produce, promote and organize a series of "express business sessions" in Brazil, Mexico and Colombia.

These sessions provide an opportunity to hold individual meetings with qualified distributors and channel partners for integrators, international manufacturers of "new" audiovisual equipment in the Latin American market.

Moderated by GlobaAllAccess, meetings 15 20 minutes to be made during the first day of the exhibition, in a private room at the fair. Headquartered in Miami, USA, GlobAllAccess is a representative of manufacturers of audio and video equipment specializing in Latin American markets.

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"The fairs in Brazil, Mexico and Colombia are an excellent platform for conducting this type of presentation," said Obren Milutinovic, executive director of GlobAllAccess. "We will have the most qualified distributors and integrators eager to introduce new lines or stand out from the competition. We want to expand the market for everyone. "

"With these sessions express business, we aim to provide a superior experience for new businesses in Latin America at a basic price," he said Max Jaramillo, Director of TecnoMultimedia fairs InfoComm. "Many companies come to Latin America without adequate preparation for the challenges of the market. We want to provide a personalized environment, where new companies can achieve an advantageous position soon. "

Express business sessions in total last between three and four hours. Manufacturers have a table, four chairs and 10 15 to appointment slots. Information on interviews with both parties confirmed seven (7) days will be communicated prior to exposure. Space for new equipment manufacturers audio and video is limited and is allocated on arrival shift.

For more information you can write to project manager TecnoMultimedia fairs InfoComm, Victor Alarcon, e valarcon@tecnomultimedia.com

Richard St.
Author: Richard St.
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Journalist from the University of Antioquia (2010), with experience in technology and economics. Editor of the magazines TVyVideo + Radio and AVI Latin America. Academic Coordinator of TecnoTelevisión & Radio.

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