Inter BEE 2020 trade show, initially planned for November 18 to 20 at Makuhari Messe in Tokyo, has been canceled. Instead, the event will be held online. Further details and guidelines for the Inter BEE 2020 online event will be announced in mid-July.
The Japanese Broadcast Equipment Exhibition trade show Inter BEE was traditionally held every November at the Makuhari Messe near Tokyo. In recent years, our team was also always present at the show and we brought interesting news and announcements to our readers.
Like all the other large events and trade shows this year, to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Inter BEE 2020 will also not take place as a usual “physical” trade show. The Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA) announced the decision to cancel the regular event which was about to be held from November 18 to November 20, 2020.
Inter BEE 2020 as an Online Event
In the published press release, JEITA communicates the importance of the safety of visitors, exhibitors, and everyone involved in the event. The association decided that the Inter BEE 2020 trade show will be held entirely online.
Inter BEE 2020 is a year-long series of the latest informative articles published by INTER BEE ONLINE for a wide range of users in the video, audio, broadcasting, and communications industries. At the same time, the event will be conducted online to provide a comprehensive overview of the efforts and trials of media and entertainment-related industries in the new normal society of the after-corona era.
Further details and guidelines for the online event will be announced in mid-July. We will inform you as soon as it gets released.
From our side, we can assure you that cinema5D will continue bringing all the relevant industry news as part of our Virtual Show until the regular trade shows come back. Do you follow the cinema5D Virtual Show? How do you like it so far?
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