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RIBA and BIDA support CEDIA Expo 2007

test 5 March 2007

CEDIA, the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association, has gained support for its annual Expo (ExCeL London, 25th-28th June 2007) from two influential industry trade associations. BIDA (British Interior Design Association) and RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) are both lending their credibility and marketing support to this year’s event.

 

Support from these key associations will ensure extensive exposure for CEDIA Expo 2007 and will help secure a growth in interior designers and architects visiting the show.

 

"As an organisation dedicated to advancing architecture through professional excellence, it is vital that we keep our members up to speed with new electronics systems for the home, and the potential of this technology for integration and concealment within the fabric of residential properties." explains Minesh Patel, CPD Marketing at RIBA. "That’s why we’re supporting CEDIA Expo, a unique education and product showcase event where attendance carries CPD points for architects."

 

"We are delighted to support CEDIA Expo. BIDA and CEDIA members share a common purpose – we create beautiful home interiors to meet the lifestyle aspirations of our clients. As a result, our members often work closely with CEDIA members to integrate home electronics technology seamlessly into designs" says Dean Keyworth, chair of BIDA. "CEDIA Expo is a great opportunity for our members to find out about the latest developments in this area. It provides the chance to see at close hand technologies, such as, LCD, plasma and projector screens, multi-room audio systems, automated furniture mechanisms and lighting control solutions, and understand how their inclusion into a scheme can be stylish as well as efficient."

 

Listening to exhibitor feedback after 2006, CEDIA has made a number of improvements which will help in 2007. These include creating larger aisles to make visitor traffic flow easier and an extra day for build up and break down (two days in total), ensuring easier access and traffic management at the event. CEDIA Expo has also relocated to a new hall (Hall S1-S4) at ExCeL London, which is nearer to the venue’s main entrance and provides better access to catering facilities. More routes to nearby London City Airport and a new car park underneath the venue will meanwhile, make it easier for visitors and exhibitors to attend the event.

 

www.cedia-expo.com

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