Just announced that we have two more events postponed over Covid-19 safety concerns, The American Black Film Festival and Computex 2020.
The American Black Film Festival (ABFF) has been pushed back from June to October 21-25 in Miami.
“ABFF is a destination event that attracts participants from around the world, which is why we made the difficult but necessary decision to postpone the 24th American Black Film Festival,” said ABFF Ventures CEO Jeff Friday. “While we remain committed to providing a program for storytellers who rely on ABFF to showcase their work, at this time, our main priority is the health of our staff, attendees, and corporate partners.”
-American Black Film Festival Press Release
Computex 2020 is being moved to September 28th -30th. This is a reduction from five days down to three. This is an event geared towards the hardware manufacturers in the tech field and this year’s event will be focusing on 5g and Gaming. There will also be an increase in their online presence.
For exhibitors who continue to support COMPUTEX, TAITRA will organize a COMPUTEX online exhibition on the Taiwantrade from June 2-6 and invite global buyers to participate in online procurement meetings. TAITRA will also invite exhibitors to conduct new product launches, as well as invite global ICT companies to share 5G, AIoT, and other smart technology applications through Webinar.
-TAITRA Press Release