IFA 2020 was originally scheduled to be held in Berlin from September 4th to 9th. However, the city of Berlin now bans large-scale events until the end of October 2002. The organizer hopes to respond to this incident with a new concept.
- The world's largest consumer electronics fair
- 245,000 visitors in 2019
- reservation. September 4-9, 2020
Visitors can experience and try out the latest technological highlights and previously unreleased products at the Berlin International Broadcasting Exhibition, referred to as IFA. IFA first opened in Berlin in 1924. In 2019, nearly 245,000 people visited "Internationale Funkausstellung".
This is the world's largest consumer electronics fair. However, because the city of Berlin bans major events until October 24, 2020, the gates of the exhibition center will be closed in 2020. This aims to stop the spread of coronavirus.
After MWC, E3 and Gamescom, IFA is the third large-scale technology expo this year that cannot be held as usual. However, although MWC and E3 were cancelled without replacement, Gamescom should at least proceed in a virtual way. The operator announced that details will be announced in May.
IFA should also be held in 2020-with new innovative concepts. A few hours after the state government decided, the expo announced the decision. It remains to be seen what this concept is. It will be proposed in the near future, but Fair Management announced that the plan has been prepared for several weeks.