CEDIA Expo Returns in September with WFH (Work From Home) Focus
CEDIA Expo returns this September to Indianapolis. The residential technology event will bring over 10,000 home technology design and construction attendees together with 300+ exhibitors at one of the first 2021 in-person events supporting the technology sector.
“We’re all eager to connect again on a human level and get back to face-to-face events as we celebrate everything we value as a community together again,” says Emerald Group Vice President, CEDIA Expo & KBIS, Jason McGraw.
“We are looking forward to CEDIA Expo 2021 and the opportunity to meet with our customers who are the cornerstone of our business,” Ruslan Polinovsky, DMF director of marketing shares. “DMF Lighting has a great deal to celebrate. Not just great products that deliver outstanding performance, but our network of dealers who share our passion and dedication to provide preferred solutions for their clients. Expo is the CI industry’s quintessential event and DMF Lighting will be rolling out the welcome mat to our current and future partners.”
New exhibiting brands include Environmental Lights, a leader in LED lighting solutions, Hisense, a consumer electronics and appliance manufacturer that offers TVs and home appliances, Datum Project Processing, a new-to-the-market and show exhibitor, who is participating in the rebranded Launchpad (formerly Innovation Alley) and Crestron, a complete, engineered smart home systems company, returns to the main show floor.
“We have been thrown into this global experiment,” said John Clancy, executive vice president of residential at Crestron. “We’ve had to innovate as a company, but so have our customers and partners throughout this year. It’s been an amazing experience and we’re excited to be back at CEDIA Expo to share our newest innovations and insights.”
DataComm Electronics, a manufacturer of home theater and HDMI accessories and data/telecom connectivity solutions, also joins CEDIA this year.
“I’m looking forward to the in-person CEDIA event in Indianapolis this year,” says Cassidy Jones, president of DataComm Electronics. “We have some new concepts to introduce, and the products really shine when we can talk about and demo them face-to-face.” Jones continues, “It’ll be nice to catch up with the customers and other exhibitor friends we missed in 2020.”