CeBIT has been rightly hailed as the digital industry’s most important international event ever. Anyone who has a stake in the digital industry can arrive at CeBIT, Germany, and compare notes on industry developments and trends, and build contacts and business leads. The world’s very first CeBIT event was held in March 1986, when 2,142 exhibitors presented their products and services to a large interested audience, and there has been no looking back since then.
What’s with the name CeBIT?
In Germany, ‘Centrum für Büro und Informationstechnik’ referring to Centre for Office and Information Technology was condensed into the two short and sweet words ‘Ce’ and ‘Bit’, the bit referring to the bit of information processed by a computer, albeit unintentionally.
What will be exhibited at CeBIT in 2011?
At Hannover this year, companies can listen to over 30 world-class speakers from all voer the world talk about the trends and innovations in the ICT industry. It is a tribute to CeBIT that several companies have reported a substantial increase of 30% in their business leads in 2010, and 2011 promises more of the same.
Take a look at CeBIT’s 2010 Visitor Stats:
- 334,000 visitors from 83 countries
- 20% of the professional visitors come from abroad
- 6 million business contacts
- 74% of the visitors are responsible for investment projects
- 10 billion euro investment volume
- More than 5,000 journalists and bloggers
- More than 20 million media contacts
- 100 business delegations from all over the globe
Meet Suyati at CeBIT, Germany!
Innovation and expertise are passwords that Suyati lives by, and the Dedicated Global Team Model that Suyati believes in, facilitates businesses to collaborate with Suyati in extending success and profitability.
At CeBIT in March 2011 at Germany, Suyati looks forward to building up lifelong business relationships with a worldwide clientele. Team Suyati is at Germany from March 1st – 10th. To set up a meeting with us, email our German Associate Jennifer Kiefer (email@example.com)
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