Computex Taipei announce partnership with CeBIT

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Computex Taipei and CeBIT have shaken hands on a deal which will see the two computer expo giants co-operate on forthcoming projects.

A Computex Taipei spokesperson said the venture enhance the status of both exhibitions and will “help both Taiwan and European companies to venture for bigger markets.”

Computex Taipei are holding an “exciting celebration of the partnership of the year”, with an international press conference and product launch on Wednesday March 2 at 11:00am at Saal 13/14, Convention Centre, Hannover Messe. A ‘Taiwan Night’ will take place on Tuesday March 1 in Saal 1 from 6:30pm. 

The annual Taiwanese computer expo, held in Taipei, is one of Asia’s largest trade shows.

CeBIT is still officially the world’s largest computer expo. The five-day event begins in Hannover on March 1st.



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