SHENZHEN, China, March 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The China Information Technology Expo (CITE), the largest IT and consumer electronics show in Asia will be held April 10-12, 2014 in Shenzhen, China. The 2nd annual CITE 2014 is the place to grow business and showcase the latest IT and consumer electronics technologies, products, and innovation from around the world. Jointly organized by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of P.R. China (MIIT) and the Shenzhen Municipal Government, CITE 2014 features over 100,000 square meters (approximately 320,000 square feet) of show floor space with over 100,000 attendees and over 1,500 exhibitors, new products and technologies, including the latest new technology advancements from China. In addition, there will be industry forums and seminars on the top 30 hot topics, including China's industry chain, 4G, smartphones, smart TVs, A/V devices, software/apps, wearable technologies, automotive, and cloud computing.
Discover IT Dream, Share Digital Life
China is one of the most dynamic countries that represent the largest electronic information industry market in the world. China has 1.2 billion mobile phone users & 500 million Internet users, 270 Million Online Shoppers. CITE is a stage for displaying creative IT products, a window for exploring innovations and trends, a new continent for new market and business opportunities, and a new platform for inspiring dreams and aspirations.
Shenzhen, the most innovative city in China
Shenzhen, China has become an important city for the research, development, and production of consumer electronics products in the world, and ranks the world's number one in the manufacturing of computers, smartphones, TVs, and components. Located adjacent to Hong Kong, China and as one of the most developed city with a leading position in the manufacturing industry in China, Shenzhen has been playing a key role in China's consumer electronics industry, a home to headquarters and production centers of many leading IT & consumer electronics companies. With numerous industrial parks in place, the local government is committed to promoting the development of high-tech sectors with favorable investment policies and technical support.
SOURCE CITE Organizing Committee