Sunday, August 07, 2011

KES 2011 goes GLOBAL

Korea Electronics Show (KES) 2011

Embracing the theme "Be Smart," The 2011 Korea Electronics Show (KES), Korea's biggest electronics show, is scheduled to be held on October 12 through 15 for 4 days in Ilsan, KINTEX. The event runs each day from 10am until 5pm at the KINTEX Exhibition Center.
1,823 representative buyers of IT industries from 23 nations such as Russia, China, and India participated in KES 2010, along with approx. 750 companies including Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, Hynix, Taiyo, Yuden, Merck and others.
Korea International Exhibition Center - KINTEX
2306 Daehwa-dong Ilsan-seogu
Goyang-si, 2306

The event is sponsored by : Ministry of Knowledge Economy of Korea,
Gyeonggi Province
Organized by : Korea Electronics Association,
Registration :

The focus is on Computer Hardware & Software , Consumer Electronics , Electronic Components & Supplies , Home Appliances , Security & Protection and Telecommunications.

With significant development in technology and increased demands of Korean electronic products throughout the world, Korean electronics are now ranked globally at #4!

It's no surprise: less than 20 years ago, the world wasn't familiar with Korean brands and products... but today electronics and motor vehicles made in Korea are seen in almost every nation on earth! Korean products have become known and respected for cutting-edge technology, high quality, reliability and durability!

KES is affiliated with major Asian Pacific IT shows held in Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan and China. Buyers from North America, Europe, Middle East tend to schedule every October as Asian IT show pilgrimage.

- Meet KES in Social Media Network -

KES Official Facebook Page :

KES Official Twitter :

On SlideShare :
1) Report on Korea Electronics Grand Fair 2010 :
2) Korea Electronics Show 2011 Brochure :

Korea Electronics Association Contacts
Korea Digital Innovation Center 11F, 1599, Seoul, 121-835, Korea
Tel. 02-6388-6061~8 Fax. 02-6388-6069

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