In coordination with the board of the SmartHome Initiative Deutschland e.V. and the ANGA COM organizers, Global Fairs has decided to postpone our start projects SmartHome - Center of SmartBuilding + ICP @ ANGACOM in favor of a better location and larger stand area as well as more preparation and planning time at the ANGACOM Cologne 2020. All interested parties will be able to see the updated floor plan 2020 at the end of April 2019. We have postponed the date due to significantly improved possibilities of qualifying our new ITC/ SmartBuilding marketplace at ANGA COM. After leaving CEBIT, we were able to detect an increased request for our booths (as an alternative to CEBIT), so that we could increase the chance of a successful start. If you are interested, please let us know by e-mail, stating the desired square meters, so that we can consider this in the new floor plan 2020. We are looking forward to your message!
What does the exhibition participation cost?
ANGA COM – Where Broadband meets Content
ANGA COM is Europe’s leading business platform for broadband operators and content providers. The next show date is 4 to 6 June 2019 in Cologne (Germany).
In 2018, ANGA COM reached new record levels:
Exhibition and conference programme address network operators, vendors, content providers, service providers, consultants, authorities and other organizations of the telecommunications and media industry.
Among the largest exhibitors are telecom vendors such as Arris, Astro, AVM, Cisco, Huawei, Nokia and Wisi as well as network operators such as Telekom Deutschland, Unitymedia, Astra and Eutelsat.
In 2018, the speakers of the conference agenda included board members and managing directors of Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Deutschland, Unitymedia, ProSiebenSat.1, RTL Television, Sky Deutschland and Constantin Film.
ANGA COM’s key topics are:
ANGA COM is organized by ANGA Services GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of the ANGA Association of German Cable Operators e.V. The association represents the interests of more than 200 companies of the German broadband industry, who supply more than 40 million consumers with telecommunications services in Germany.