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Critical Communications World, (CCW), scheduled 16 – 18 May in Hong Kong, is on track to attract more than 3,000 critical communications professionals with 90 percent of the registrations coming from outside Hong Kong, the organizer said.
The 19th annual event will host for the first time an end user-only pavilion with stakeholders from Hong Kong showcasing their innovations in the area of communications.
“CCW 2017 is shaping up to be the largest and most successful world event we have ever ran in Asia,” said Emma Banymandhub, event director. “We are projecting more exhibitors and visitors than ever before, and we will welcome over 120 of the industry’s leaders and experts to the congress.
“This is not just an Asian event. It is a global event. As well as Asia, we will hear from speakers from the Middle East, Europe, Africa and the Americas and have the opportunity to visit an extensive exhibition of the latest critical communications equipment and applications from around the world.”
Critical Communications World 2017 is presented by the TETRA + Critical Communications Association (TCCA), in partnership with KNect365.