ANGA Cable Show to defy economic crisis
Date: Mon, 03/02/2009 - 18:15
Trade Fair for Cable, Broadband & Satellite from 26-28 May 2009 in Cologne (Germany)
With three months to go before ANGA Cable, Europe’s leading trade fair and congress for cable, broadband & satellite opens, there are already binding bookings by more than 300 exhibitors for more than 90 percent of the space booked in the previous year.
ANGA Cable will take place 26-28 May in Cologne, Germany. In the previous year the event boasted record numbers with 369 exhibitors and 12,000 trade visitors from 68 countries. 46 percent of the visitors were international.
This year, for the first time there is an “All Inclusive Ticket”, which includes exhibition and congress as well as the evening event ANGA Cable Night on the first day of the fair. This popular event will be open to politics, media and external guests. It is sponsored by Astra .
For the first time an especially reasonably priced “technology ticket“ will be offered. Priced at 75.00 Euros (excl. VAT), this ticket is valid for attending the technology panels and visiting the exhibition. The three-day pass just for the exhibition costs 20.00 Euros (incl. VAT). Exhibition and congress tickets can be ordered online via www.angacable.com/registration. The complete congress agenda will be published in March.
Peter Charissé, Managing Director ANGA Cable Show: “We have been taken quite by surprise by this excellent booking status at this early point in time. We expect to be able to match our 2008 record. Attending the congress is more attractive than ever with our new “All Inclusive Ticket”: For 200.00 Euros (excl. VAT) this ticket covers three days of congress as well as attending an exclusive evening event. We will continue to enhance our leading role as Europe’s largest exhibition and congress for cable, broadband and satellite.”
ANGA Cable Show is organised by the Association of German Cable Operators (ANGA Verband Deutscher Kabelnetzbetreiber) and is supported by ZVEI (Satellite & Cable). The event is sponsored by Alcatel-Lucent, ASTRA, Bloomberg TV, Discovery Networks Deutschland, IET, Nagravision, QVC and Unitymedia.