For the fifth consecutive year, CATAAlliance
in partnership with the Consulate General of Canada in Guangzhou
, and the Canadian Photonics Consortium (CPC)
, invites you to take advantage of the CATA/CPC Canadian Pavilion
at this year’s China International Optoelectronics Exposition (CIOE)
at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center from September 6 to 9, 2009.
This 11th annual Expo is recognized as the largest optoelectronics exhibition on the planet. China’s optoelectronics industry accounts for five per cent of the global market – growing at a rate of 25 per cent each year. The greater Shenzhen region is recognized as the centre of the high-tech industry in China.
CATA representatives and Canadian Trade Commissioners from Greater China posts will be available to facilitate introductions with foreign contacts, share market intelligence, and provide guidance on doing business in China.
The exhibiting products range covers optical communications, laser and infrared technologies & products, optical displays and LED semiconductor lighting technologies & products, optics instrument & components, optics storage technologies & products, solar photovoltaic products & solar photovoltaic products & optoelectronic products.
As a CATA/CPC Canadian Pavilion member at this event, you will receive:
- CATA/CPC Canadian Pavilion
An experienced CATA event management team will handle all logistics of your sleekly modern booth. Pavilion Members will receive generous booth space in the pavilion (with additional space available) which will be strategically located in a central, high traffic area. The Canadian Pavilion will be uniquely designed and branded to maximize visitor traffic and member credibility. Your pavilion environment will be ideal with a combination of private and public sector interests working jointly to promote Canadian opportunities.
- One-on-one Meetings/Matchmaking
One-on-one meetings and site visits to local companies during exhibition will be arranged upon your request.
- One Networking Reception
Join fellow Pavilion members and special guests for a lavish dinner reception at a local top-rated dining location that promises a warm atmosphere for focused networking and entertainment. Each exhibitor can invite up to three guests.
|Cost of entire package:
|| Sept. 6 - 9, 2009
|| Shenzhen, China
*Subsidy is available for a limited number of booth-takers
under the CATA/CPC Canadian pavilion. It will be allocated on first come, first
1. To register for this outstanding opportunity, please download and complete our CIOE 2009 Registration Package.
2. For more information, please contact Lisa Yang at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Register for our July 22 national conference
call to discuss your business development opportunities in China. Click here for more information.
More reasons to attend the CATA/CPC Canadian Pavilion at the CIOE:
At present, China’s optoelectronics industry shows an average annual
increase of 25 per cent and accounts for five per cent of the global
market. According to the China Optics and Optoelectronic Manufacturers
Association (COEMA), the production value of China’s optoelectronics
industry amounted to USD 14 billion in 2006. The association expects
this value to increase to USD 45 billion by 2010, which equals a global
market share of 10 per cent.
The greater Shenzhen region is
recognized as the centre of the high-tech industry in China. Many
Chinese global players of the electronic and telecommunication industry
– such as Huawei, ZTE, Hasee, and Konka – have their headquarters and
production sites in Shenzhen. In 2006, more than 1,000 companies
produced optoelectronic devices and accessories worth USD 6 billion in
this region. With regard to the total output of the Chinese
optoelectronics industry, this means a market share of almost 50 per
Since its establishment in 1999, the CIOE has been successfully
held 10 times and has continuously developed its close relationship
with the industry. The 2008 edition of the CIOE set new benchmarks in
every aspect. With more than 2,100 exhibitors displaying their products
on 65,000sqm to 85,000 trade visitors, the event underlined its
position as the world’s largest exhibition for optoelectronics. The
CIOE 2009 will be enlarged to 70,000sqm.
We believe that the
development of the CIOE over the past decade mirrors the development of
the entire Chinese optoelectronics industry. Your participation in the
upcoming event will definitely be worthwhile to explore business
opportunities in China!