2017 International HiFi Show Announced
StereoNET is pleased to announce the 2017 International HiFi Show's return to Melbourne at the magnificent Pullman Mercure Hotel, Albert Park, November 3rd - 5th.
After the major success of the 2016 show held in Melbourne, the show scheduled for November 3rd - 5th 2017 is full steam ahead with back of major media partners, as well as exposure to millions via StereoNET's new digital magazine that is available from January 2016 from Apple's Newsstand, Qantas inflight entertainment, hotels, cruise ships, and airport lounges around the world.
Marc Rushton, Events Director and StereoNET Publisher said:
The audience that the International Hi Fi Show attracts is the same audience that is investing in premium 4K TV’s, top end speakers and amplifiers. These same consumers are buying premium top end headphones and have gone back to buying record players. This is the also same audience that StereoNET attracts.
The 2017 show will see changes to the previous format, which will now spread across two levels of the hotel, plus the spacious lobby. With over 60 exhibition spaces and over 150 world‐leading brands, the show is sure to build upon the success of this year's event.
The Pullman Mercure Hotel, is centrally located in Melbourne, overlooking the home of Australian motor racing, Albert Park Lake. Just minutes from the CBD and within easy reach of Melbourne International Airport, it was selected for its ease of access, car parking and public transport. Exhibitors from the 2016 show said they were very impressed with the professionalism of event and hotel staff previously.
The 2017 show will be promoted across all major media publications, on Billboards via a major PR push and on radio, as well as building upon the digital and social media reach already established by show organisers.
Tickets to the 2017 International HiFi Show will go on sale soon.
For more information visit www.hifishow.com.au
StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers to headphones. Marc also founded Melbourne's International HiFi Show.
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