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D3F2017       Digital, Design and Development Fair 2017

 27th-29th September, 2017 

Germany 

 http://www.d3fair.com/en/











D3 digital, design and development exhibition (2017)  bases on the background  of  the G20 Summit held successfully and having brought a series of business opportunities and development to organize domestic large quantities of strong enterprises and show  high-grade series of products in order to promote bilateral economic and trade. D3 will be the best platform in trade through which Chinese electronic technology, digital products, intelligent manufacturing industry lead enterprises to Europe.

 

2017 Digital,Design and Development Fair as  a pioneer team of overseas exhibition we response to accelerate the development of trade and committed to building national exhibition platform  by State Council.We are committed to promote Made-in-Chinatend towards the world. To strengthen international exchanges and cooperation and improve their innovative capacity and technology.


 

This fair will be held at the Hamburg Messe Congress und GmbH on September 27th-29th,2017.

For exhibition registration go to http://www.d3fair.com/en/questionnaire.asp

 

TIME: 27th-29th September,2017

VENUE:Hamburg·Germany

HALL:Hamburg Messe und Congress GmbH

ORGANIZER: China Association of Trade in Services, Shanghai Bellitas exhibition Co.,Ltd, China Electronic Instrument Industry Association,

SUPPORT: HWF Hamburg Business Development Corporation

http://www.d3fair.com/en/

 
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