Did you know that the first Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was held in 1967 in NYC, as a spinoff of the Chicago Music Show that until then had served as the main event for exhibiting new electronics for consumers?
Now, the China International Consumer Electronics Show, or SINOCES, which is in its 11th year after beginning in 2001, is the most prominent international fair for consumer electronics professionals. It acts as a showcase for trends and developments in the contract electronic manufacturing industry from all over the world. Anyone who is anyone in the contract electronic manufacturing industry attends.
SINOCES, after a decade of professional development, has not only been recognized as a flagship for the consumer electronic and contract electronic manufacturing industry, but also as China’s largest trade fair for the industry. A number of factors have played into this, including China’s burgeoning contract electronic manufacturing industry, the government’s support of industrial policies, and the potential interior market.
The show has the support and approval of many consumer electronics and contract electronic manufacturing companies, like Changhong, Hisense, TCL, LG, Samsung, DOLBY, ORACLE, Intel, Toshiba, Panasonic, Sony, Apple, GE, IBM, HP, and even Microsoft.
The aim of SINOCES is to create a marketplace to help investors find ways in which they can put their capital towards the very best in contract electronic manufacturing innovation and production to meet consumer needs. The trade show also acts as a platform for companies to introduce brand new products to the market, while serving as a forum for international electronic contract manufacturers to interact.
SINOCES is a big deal for the top contract manufacturing companies in the contract electronic manufacturing industry. If you have any questions about this huge event, feel free to share in the comments.