The annual National Association of Broadcasters trade show in Las Vegas, undoubtedly the world’s largest media convention, will feature for the 1st time, a booth dedicated specifically to Israeli technology.
For the first time ever, Israeli technology will get its own booth at the world’s largest media and entertainment expo.
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show displays the newest trends and innovations in the fields of digital media, from the creation and production stages to the broadcast stage on various platforms.
The coming exhibit will take place from April 16-21 in Las Vegas.
On January 20, an Israeli team headed by Jason Stookey, an NAB vice president, will arrive in Israel for an ‘open house’ style meeting dedicated to presenting the new initiative to potential Israeli participants.
The event is also produced by the NAB and features representatives from companies involved in broadcast media, digital media, entertainment, telecommunications, production, publication, IT, online video and 3D printing.xxxIn addition, representatives from various governmental, military, academic, consumer, security and sports organizations attend.
Around 105,000 visitors participate in the convention, hailing from 166 countries, while around 1,800 representatives display their wares.
Among the expected stands at the expo, that this year will include the Israeli booth, will be ones showing off multi-rotor drones and a virtual reality technology.
“Israel is a nation of start-ups and has introduced cutting-edge technology into various fields of media and entertainment. It is a greenhouse for many companies who will be able to find their next customers and partners at the exhibition,” said Stookey.
“We believe that the Israel stand will create great interest among visitors representing the world’s leading products. I have no doubt that this event is going to be of great value to both sides,” Stookey added.
Interested companies can register for the exhibition here.
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