CAN CommTech impressions.
CAN Federation organized CommTech event, started from 23 Bhadra and will end on 26 Bhadra (8-11, September 2016). Hope, most of you have visited the event already. For those who make this time, you don’t need to worry because you didn’t miss anything special.
There were very few companies, authorized dealers present in the event and other just retail sellers. However, some ISP came with a much-anticipated technology, IP TV. Broadlink, Vianet, Wordlink came up with offers in IP TV.
Samsung launched its new UHD television, VR box, Gear S2 and Galaxy J series smartphone, tablets, and headphones.
ZTE came up with a very much interesting phone which looked like iPhone 6 in design but inside looked like MiUi operating system, which looked good, though.
Other stuff were just regular things like the laptop, mobile phones, pen drives, etc.
The CAN CommTech event was not good as expected. Actually, there was a huge gap between the expectation and reality.
Here are the five impressions that we got in this CAN Federation CommTech event :-
- The advertisement of the event was not quite convincing, it seemed that even CAN Federation didn’t know what was the real purpose of this event.
- Venue was not good. It’s been years that CAN Federation is organizing its events in the same venue. It’s now time to find a new better place for this kind of programs.
- The CAN Federation’s biggest weakness/failure crowd management. As the place is so small, they are allowing everyone inside at the same time. In such crowd, visitors even could not get a chance to know about the products.
- These types of events are not only for selling products rather it’s the place to inform about the newly products/services. But in this event, everyone/every company was trying to convince people to buy stuff from them. We could see very few companies that were there to introduce their product/service. Most of the stalls were booked by the retail sellers.
- Overall management of the venue was also not so convincing.
There is a day left for the event to end. If you are going to buy anything over there please do a prior research about the product you planning to get.
And about the title sponsor, it seemed they won’t be sponsoring next time. Every other stall of ISPs were crowded but at Subisu’s it was complete silence compared to others, that’s what we saw.
At the end, this CAN Federation event was a total disaster and fill with disappointments. Hopefully, it would be better next time.
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