Digital signage company joining Taiwanese trade mission to Middle East

CAYIN Technology Co. Ltd. is joining this year’s Taiwanese trade mission to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait, to showcase the company’s new smart digital signage solutions to channel partners in the Middle East, the company has announced.

CAYIN first entered the Middle East market in 2006 when it exhibited at GITEX Saudi Arabia, the largest show in the country. 

“At that time, digital signage was still an unfamiliar term for most people,” said Ravel Chi, president of CAYIN Technology, in the announcement. “Now, we have already accomplished many successful projects in the Middle East.” (SABIC Academy in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates University and SEHA (Abu Dhabi Health Services) in the U.A.E., and retail stores in KWI International Airport in Kuwait.”

From May 18-June 3, CAYIN will participate in the 2015 Taiwan Trade Mission to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait, held by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council. In addition to Riyadh and Dammam, the trade mission in Saudi Arabia will add a new stop, Jubail, to visit the largest industrial city in the Middle East for the first time. During each one-day meeting in five cities, CAYIN will introduce the newly designed SMP-NEO series to digital signage players and share its smart digital signage solutions.

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