Hannover the international consumer electronics, information, communications and PCB Copy Engineering technology exhibition
Hannover, Germany, the international consumer electronics, information, communications and PCB Copy Engineering technology exhibition
Exhibition time: 2017 March 20 -24 days
Held cycle: once a year
Exhibition scale: more than 100000
First held: 1986
Exhibition Hall: International Exhibition Center, Hannover, Germany
The world's largest information and communication engineering exhibition
HANOVER CeBIT is proud to announce that it is focusing on B2B in two years, with a larger exhibition area, more professional visitors, more exhibitors from small and medium-sized enterprises, more internationalized And top-notch conference and professional audience purchasing budgets have steadily consolidated its position as the world's leading IT and digital event.
As the world's largest exhibition of information, communication and software, this exhibition attracted more than 3300 exhibitors from 70 countries and regions, including: Accenture, Acer, ASUS, BITKOM (Germany's information technology, Epson, Ernst & Young, Fujitsu, Hewlett-Packard, Hitachi, IBM, IDG, Intel, Kaspersky, Konica Minolta, Kyocera (Japan), Sony Ericsson, Samsung, LG, SAP, Schneider Electric, Siemens, SoftwareAG, Symantec, Telefónica, Vodafone, and many more, as well as the likes of Microsoft, NVIDIA, Panasonic, PayPal and Rohde & Schwarz. Until today, CeBIT has developed into the world's largest information, communications, PCB Copy Engineering and the authority of the software exhibition.
Germany is one of the world's most economically developed countries, the total economic output after the United States, Japan, ranking third in the world. According to the German Federal Bureau of Statistics data show that by domestic consumption and investment, the export boom and other factors boost the German economy remained stable growth, annual GDP growth rate of 3%. Germany is the EU's most populous country with 81 million people and is the world's third largest market. Germany's electronics and IT industry is a rapidly growing field. The industry covers a wide range, including electronic equipment, lighting, batteries, security alarm system, cable television and precision instruments. Germany has more than 79,000 people engaged in research and development, only in this industry more than a quarter. In addition to the mechanical field, the electronics industry has become China's second largest investor in Germany.
According to Eurostat statistics, from January to September 2015 bilateral trade between China and Germany amounted to 117.93 billion US dollars. Among them, German exports to China 60.4 billion US dollars, accounting for 6.0% of total exports; Germany imports from China 57.53 billion US dollars, accounting for 7.3% of Germany's total imports, an increase of 0.7 percentage points. From January to September, Germany's trade surplus with China was $ 2.87 billion. German imports from China's main products for the mechanical and electrical products, from January to September 2015 total imports of 38.43 billion US dollars, accounting for Germany's total imports from China 66.8%. China is Germany's fifth largest export market and the third largest source of imports.