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AVIXA Announces New Latin American-Based Show — InfoComm América Latina

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AVIXA announced the launch of the professional audiovisual trade show InfoComm América Latina. The first edition will be held in Mexico City from Oct. 22-24, 2025, at the World Trade Center Mexico City.

InfoComm América Latina will showcase the latest technology, explore trends, offer professional training activities and generate networking spaces. At the show, attendees will see the technological advances of global brands and emerging solution providers focused on audio, video, content production and streaming, conferencing and collaboration, digital signage, enterprise IT and technologies for education, live events and entertainment.

“Mexico has an audiovisual industry that is constantly growing and is a leader in Latin America. By the end of 2024, we expect the Mexican market to achieve revenues of US$3.036 billion and maintain a compound annual growth rate of 5.42% through 2028. These figures reflect the extraordinary work that companies and professionals are doing to provide the technology solutions customers require,” explained Rodrigo Casassus Coke, CTS, senior director for Latin America and the Caribbean. “Members of this industry deserve a regional trade show with the quality of InfoComm, and we are proud to announce that they will have it very soon.”

“AVIXA began producing professional AV events nearly 80 years ago, starting a conference in 1946 under the banner of the National Association of Visual Education Dealers (NAVED). Today, we’ve elevated our efforts to a global scale, hosting shows across multiple continents,” said Rochelle Richardson, CEM, senior vice president of expositions and events at AVIXA. “As the pro AV industry continues to thrive, there’s a growing need for platforms where professionals can convene. We are excited to bring InfoComm América Latina to Mexico City in 2025, further expanding our reach and impact.”

InfoComm América Latina will offer a large exhibition floor where companies present their products, solutions, and services, a robust educational program segmented by technology solutions, an audio experience area, and spaces for exchanging ideas and business opportunities.

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Due to the versatility of its spaces, available services, and central location in Mexico City, the World Trade Center Mexico City will serve as the venue for this event. AVIXA will have the support of a strategic supplier, Musitech Ediciones y Eventos, organizer of Sound:Check Xpo, whose team will be responsible for the logistics of the event and services to exhibitors.

The educational program will offer thematic conferences and manufacturers will have a space to host training courses related to their technologies, products and services.

Congreso AVIXA will also be part of InfoComm América Latina activities. The program, focused on executives and managers, will include topics of business management, business development, sales, marketing and human resources. The format will be hybrid to allow the participation of industry members who do not travel to Mexico City.

The event will also feature AVIXA Xchange LIVE, an in-person activation of the AVIXA Xchange online community, to promote the exchange of experiences, networking, and meetings between professionals from different industry sectors.

InfoComm América Latina joins a portfolio of trade shows and conferences produced by AVIXA and its partners, including InfoComm (Orlando and Las Vegas, U.S.); InfoComm China (Beijing); InfoComm India (Mumbai); InfoComm Asia (Bangkok); Integrate (Sydney, Australia); and Integrated Systems Europe (Barcelona, Spain).

“AVIXA serves as a catalyst for market growth and a hub for the AV professional community and our shows are the physical manifestation of those two missions. They provide the environment for new solutions to be seen, evaluated, purchased, and implemented at a much faster and more efficient rate than any other mechanism,” said David Labuskes, CTS, CAE, RCDD, Chief Executive Officer of AVIXA. “Mexico City will experience this all with InfoComm América Latina in October 2025.”

Details about InfoComm América Latina are here: www.infocomm-americalatina.com

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