Tuesday, November 15, 2016

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23rd Window Door Facade Expo China (11th - 13th March 2017) Poly World Trade Expo Center, Guangzhou, China.
Send Stall RequestPre-Register Online

Greeting from Guangzhou Citiexpo Co. Ltd.!

It is indeed our pleasure to invite you and your colleague to be a part of 23rd Window Door Facade Expo China 2017.

As the first sourcing event for window, door, and facade products in China, Windoor Expo has been dedicated to bringing new business to and creating new partnerships in the industry for over 22 years. The 2017 expo will take place March 11-13 in Guangzhou, China.

In China, significant trends are now emerging to create environmentally friendly and self- sufficient buildings through the use of innovative technology, new functionality, and integrated systems that work in accordance to develop an enriched decorum of comfortability. 580+ exhibitors and brands will launch new products and technology during Windoor Expo, presenting their innovative and energy-efficient solutions.

Venue:Poly World Trade Expo Center, Guangzhou, China.
Dates:11th - 13th March 2017
Timings:9:00AM - 6:00PM (11th and 12th March 2017) and 9:00AM - 2:00PM(13th March 2017)
Entry:By Invitation Click here to Pre-Register Online

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Exhibitor Profile
  • Door and Window Shading System Section
  • Facade of Building
  • Aluminum Profile, Heat Insulation
  • Curtain Wall Door and Window Equipment
  • Hardware Accessories
  • Building Structure Adhesive

Why Attend?
  • Business Opportunity - The first sourcing platform for window, door and facade industry of the year in China reveals the latest trends. In 2016, the expo gathered 546 exhibitors and received over 60,000 professional buyers from 103 countries and regions.

  • Dynamic Market - The construction sector is a key player in China's continued economic development. The value of construction output accounted for 27.8% of China's GDP in 2014, up from 18.8% in 2005, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. The Building Construction industry makes up the largest share (over 50.0%) of total construction output value.
  • Full Supply Chain - Established in year 1995, the expo showcases the latest technologies and products in aluminum profiles, building glass, equipment, facade systems, hardware, structure sealant, sun shading and window systems from across Asia and the world.
  • Easy Purchasing - The clear exhibit sectorizations help visitors to locate their interested products and solutions efficiently. The onsite B2B Business Match Making enable buyers to find the right suppliers.
  • New Innovation - The Star Galaxy, a zone for innovation is a showcase for the new technology and innovation which reflects trends, a networking platform for the exchange between users and providers, and a place for best practice presentations of exhibitors.
  • Business Insight - A variety of on-site activities: annual industry conference, technical seminar, frontier forum, training course, and business matching and many more. It helps the industry players to get an insight of new business ideas and establish critical business connections.
  • Government Endorsement - Window Door Facade Expo won the endorsement from Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China in April 2014, due to its size and industrial influence.

Team 23rd Window Door Facade Expo China 2017


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Princeton Lecture Series: "Olympic Urbanism and Contested Futures in Rio de Janeiro"

Princeton Lecture Series:
"Olympic Urbanism and Contested Futures in Rio de Janeiro" 
Panel Discussion Featuring: Co-editors Mariana Cavalcanti (Institute of Social and Political Studies, Rio de Janeiro), Vyjayanthi V. Rao (Director, Terreform Center for Advanced Urban Research) and Bruno Carvalho (Princeton)

This event will discuss the implications of mega-projects connected to Rio's transformation for the 2016 Olympic Games. We'll speak of how the book tells the story of how these changes to the cityscape kindled citizens’ hopes and aspirations for their “right to a future,” and chronicle the ways in which citizens have contested the futures imposed on them. Our collective work on this project has attempted to anticipate the city yet to come, pointing to the potential for activism and protest to transform the Olympic legacy into different, more democratic, futures. 

Co-sponsored by the Princeton-Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism & the Humanities, the Program in Latin American Studies and the Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Location: 219 Burr Hall
Date/Time: 11/30/16 at 4:30 pm - 11/30/16 at 6:00 pm
Category: PLAS Lecture
Department: Program in Latin American Studies

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