Axpona To Move To Fall in 2020
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    Axpona To Move To Fall in 2020

    The first-class Renaissance Schaumburg venue that was so well received in 2018 has now been secured as our permanent home, enabling us to move our dates to the fall beginning in 2020 and to accommodate an additional day on Thursday to be used exclusively as a professional industry only "Trade and Press Day". Following the upcoming April 12-14, 2019 show, the next AXPONA will be held October 29-November 1, 2020.

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    Re: Axpona To Move To Fall in 2020

    Great news for the Florida Audio Expo!




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    Re: Axpona To Move To Fall in 2020

    I wonder how this will impact RMAF going forward?

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    Re: Axpona To Move To Fall in 2020

    Also what is the typical weather in Chicago that time of year? Does anyone else see this change as a move in the wrong direction?
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    Re: Axpona To Move To Fall in 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by nc42acc View Post
    Also what is the typical weather in Chicago that time of year? Does anyone else see this change as a move in the wrong direction?
    Axpona has really gained momentum in April the last few years. I’m honestly surprised they are moving the dates. They seem to have a winner take all mentality.

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    Re: Axpona To Move To Fall in 2020

    I am not sure how this is going to work for vendors, since they will now have to pick and choose venues. You have RMAF (early Oct., Capital Audiofest (first weekend in Nov.) and New York Audiofest (small, 2nd weekend in Nov after CAF) back to back based on the timings in 2018. Someone is going to have to adjust.

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    Re: Axpona To Move To Fall in 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Alpinist View Post
    Axpona has really gained momentum in April the last few years. I’m honestly surprised they are moving the dates. They seem to have a winner take all mentality.

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    Yeah, that is what it seems like to me. I have never attended either Axpona of CAF but I believe CAF moved their dates to first weekend in Nov last year (not 100% sure though). Before that they use to host during the summer months July/Aug.

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    Re: Axpona To Move To Fall in 2020

    Yeah, I wonder how this is a good thing for the show, a couple thoughts I had were already voiced. I liked having it in Spring. Its also true Axpona was gaining momentum, they survived a venue change, and now, they want to change dates.
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    Re: Axpona To Move To Fall in 2020

    seems way too close to RMAF
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    Re: Axpona To Move To Fall in 2020

    CEDIA ended last Saturday. I am not sure how important that show is for consumers but it is another show manufacturers have to consider and schedule. e.g. McIntosh introduced installer line products at CEDIA last week.

 

 
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