Coronavirus outbreak results in Sign China 2020 postponement

Sign China 2020, along with a few other associated trade shows, has been indefinitely postponed as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak in China.

Informa Markets issued a letter to exhibitors and visitors, explaining the situation and postponement.

“As the Novel Coronavirus continue to rage on a large scale across China, many provinces and cities have activated the highest level of response mechanism for major public health emergencies,” it stated.

“To protect the health and safety of all exhibitors and visitors, LED China 2020 Shenzhen, originally scheduled to be held from February 24 to 26 at Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center… along with its concurrent events, Entertainment Design Expo 2020, Commercial Integration China 2020 Shenzhen, Digital Signage China 2020 Shenzhen, Sign China 2020 Shenzhen and Retail China 2020 will be postponed.”

Informa Markets in Asia and Trust Informa Markets said they will closely monitor the development of the outbreak and maintain communication with local government and relative authorities to re-schedule the above mentioned exhibitions.

“We are deeply sorry for the inconvenience caused by such a postponement,” the letter read.

“Once confirmed, we will make the announcement at the earliest notice and to assist you fully in the follow up arrangement.

“Our deepest gratitude to all exhibitors and visitors. Thank you so much for your support and understanding.”


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