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IT SHOW Festival 2022 by Constellar and Shopee doubles the number of exhibitors offering unmissable tech deals


The IT SHOW Festival is back with a bang from 10 – 20 March 2022, featuring an even larger range of consumer electronics promotions and discounts for new launches.

Key highlights include great deals on the latest Surface Pro 8 and many more. The Festival will also serve as the launching pad for new products that include a laptop from professional e-sports brand Machenike, a next generation smart TV from Hisense and a new state-of-the-art smartwatch from Garmin.

Organised by Constellar in collaboration with leading e-commerce platform Shopee, the IT SHOW Festival picks up from Constellar's series of quarterly tech show festivals in 2021 which reached more than 3.5 million consumers in total. Like last year, this year's Festival will be held online and offline at participating exhibitors' retail stores, e-stores and e-marketplace.

“While we are still not able to hold in-person B2C exhibitions we have been able to sustain our engagement with consumers directly through innovative event formats,” said Chua Wee Phong, Chief Executive (Markets) at Constellar. “Thanks to the strong support of our exhibitors and sponsors, and our continued partnership with Shopee, our Tech show festivals have been able to provide greater choice and excitement to shoppers and tech enthusiasts in spite of the pandemic.”

As part of the IT SHOW Festival, tech lovers can look forward to the exclusive Shopee Super Tech Show happening on 10 – 17 March 2022 for $0.10 Mega Surprises, daily thematic flash deals on mobile and gadgets, home appliances, and computers, and upsized discounts on authentic electronic products across brands like Tineco, Samsung, OnePlus, Asus, Intel, and more. Shoppers can also check in to to stand a chance to be 1 of 50 winners to win $20 electronics vouchers as well as claim up to $100 electronics flash vouchers daily. There will also be a series of 3.15 Consumer Day Sale activities on Shopee, such as gift with purchase and $0.99 deals at 12pm and 8pm.

Winston Goh, Head of Marketing, Shopee Singapore, said: “Shopee is glad to collaborate again with Constellar as its exclusive e-commerce partner at the upcoming IT SHOW Festival, which will bring users the most attractive tech deals along with an exciting lineup of deals and events at 3.15 Consumer Day Sale – our first mega sale of 2022. We look forward to offering all users a rewarding shopping experience as always.”

The Festival will peak with exciting online sales on the evening of 18 March 2022 which will be happening live on the COMEX and IT SHOW Facebook. Held in conjunction with the school holiday period, the Festival's theme of “Notebooks and Gadgets on the Go” will showcase unbeatable deals on the latest laptops and tech gadgets for students, gamers, professionals and general consumers. The popular trade-in programme for mobile phones and personal computers will also be returning for techies looking to upgrade their gear.

Up to $8,000 worth of prizes from Secretlab, Philips and Garmin, including a Creative Katana, will be up for grabs in the IT SHOW Festival “Click-to-Win” lucky draw. Shoppers and fans can stay tuned to its social media channels on TikTok, Facebook and Instagram for a chance to join and win these exciting prizes.

More details will be released closer to the event date. Register your interest for the IT SHOW Festival 2022 on the COMEX ITSHOW website.

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Nurin Sofia
Nurin Sofia
Nurin Sofia is a news editor at Tech Edition. Her interest is in technology and startups, occasionally crunching news for gaming. Sofia enjoys playing video games, going on bike rides, and gardening when she isn't behind a keyboard.

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