REGISTRATION FOR MEDIATECH AFRICA 2019 – NOW OPEN – Access Free for Pre-Registered Delegates – Submission Details
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Mediatech Africa is an engaging biennial trade show that brings creative thought to life within six verticals: Broadcast – TV & Radio; Film & Video Production; Digital Media; Pro Audio – Lighting – Staging; Audio Visual Integration; and Studio – Recording – DJ. An unmatched platform for networking, education and entertainment, this high energy – high impact event is all about the seamless integration of technology and creativity. It’s about making the impossible possible. It’s about innovation and bringing ideas to life using the latest tech. The three day event attracts global and local brands who are at the forefront of their industries. Thought leaders, decision makers and the highest calibre influencers who are shaping tech trends and the very industry itself – attend the showcase. By design, Mediatech Africa is an experience which visitors immerse themselves in, leaving invigorated and inspired by the possibility of opportunity and a fast forward glimpse into the future. Visit Mediatech Africa on www.mediatech.co.za
Mediatech Africa is co-owned by Sun Circle Publishers and Reed Exhibitions South Africa.
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