Cluster Audiovisual Galego

The Galician audiovisual assists the IBC of Amsterdam with a Cluster delegation

11-09-2018

The companies CTV, S.A., Intereuropa TV and Spica, S.L. make up the Galician Audiovisual Cluster delegation at the IBC 2018 fair, which will be held from 14 to 18 September in Amsterdam. Its presence in IBC will allow Galician audiovisual companies to create new business opportunities and learn first-hand about trends and innovations in the field of electronic media.

With the aim of promoting the internationalization of Galician audiovisual, the Cluster thus develops an action that is framed within the Galicia Exports Intermediate Organisms Program, with the financial support of the Galician Institute of Economic Promotion (Igape), the Xunta de Galicia and the European Union .

IBC is one of the most important appointments in the calendar for the world audiovisual media industry. For five days, Amsterdam receives the companies that lead the segments of broadcasting, audio, multimedia, satellite communications, servers, Internet, webcasting, radio, television and video.

In 2018, more than 55,000 professionals from 170 countries are expected to participate in the main conference and annual exhibition of electronic media, working on the creation, management and provision of electronic media and entertainment content worldwide.

The IBC exhibition area occupies fifteen RAI rooms and houses more than 1,700 exhibitors. Combining a world-class exhibition with specially selected areas and events, the IBC provides the perfect platform for the professionals gathered there to establish relationships with suppliers and customers, discover the latest trends and technologies and promote their innovations and strategy.

In addition, the IBC Conference, which is held from September 13 to 17, represents a unique setting to discover and debate the different challenges and opportunities facing the sector, both through its sessions and in the different networking opportunities it offers. More than 1,700 delegates and 400 speakers in five days of high-level debate to shape the future of the industry.