ISE 2022 plays host to the world’s leading technology vendors and service suppliers in five well equipped halls. As well as taking advantage of being able to touch and explore the solutions on offer, you can also get a glimpse of the future and connect with a wide range of regional innovators and first-time ISE exhibitors. These ‘hidden gems’, an exciting mix of established companies and start-ups, can be found at the entrance to Hall 5.
The ISE Discovery Zone has long been the launchpad for first-time ISE exhibitors, from young ground-breaking companies to prestigious PLCs. It’s a great place to unearth new technology and the potential for collaboration, all in an easy-to-navigate area in Congress Square.
Confirmed exhibitors in the Discovery Zone include:
Barcelona City Council is hosting a pavilion showcasing twelve local AV system integrators and AV-related companies – including the Catalan AV Cluster, whose members span the entire audiovisual value chain. It’s a great opportunity to be able to connect with a broad range of local talent and to discover how the local council can help you navigate establishing a business presence in the city.
Presented by Catalonian business development agency ACCIO, the Catalan Pavilion will showcase 30 of the region’s leading companies that are making waves internationally with their products and services. Representatives from the companies will be present to answer questions and to make new connections.
For those already working in Spain, ACCIO is running its Open Innovation Challenge, which brings together buyers and sellers looking for solutions. It’s a countrywide matchmaking initiative aimed at catalysing business development. The hybrid matchmaking event features challenges across seven categories: live events; broadcast and content creation; residential and smart building; hotels and hospitality; digital signage & digital out-of-home media; unified communications and education technology; and audio.
For more information on the ACCIO Open Innovation Challenge, click to register for free by 29 April. You can find out more information about the challenges to be addressed here or at the Open Innovation Challenge website.