Press Release: V2000106
Patrina Mak
Marketing Manager
3 Jalan Mata Ayer
#04-17
Singapore 759150
pat@allcad.com

30 October 2000

AllCAD participated in World PC Expo 2000, Tokyo

AllCAD Technologies Limited is a developer of CAD applications, offering targeted solutions and services for the Embroidery Industry.
In 2000, AllCAD has been invited to participate in the World PC Expo 2000, Japan, one of the largest IT showcases in Asia, held at 17-21 October 2000 at the International Exhibition Center Tokyo (Tokyo Big Sight). This exhibition was organized by Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), an official organization to promote foreign investment in Japan. The main purpose of this expo is to provide an excellent opportunity for overseas companies to introduce related products on the Japanese market.

There were more than 70 worldwide exhibitors from United States, Canada, Austria, Netherlands, Hong Kong, Australia and so forth. "According to JETRO's statistics, more than 50 000 visitors enquire questions from JETRO booth per day." said Patrina Mak, Marketing Manager of AllCAD.

"We have excellent feedback and exceeded our expectation. A lot of visitors request for demonstration of our product, ProArt 1.5 on our booth." quoted by Mr. Dieter Muller, Director of AllCAD.

About AllCAD – AllCAD is a developer of CAD applications offering targeted solutions and services for the Embroidery Industry. The company based in Hong Kong, with development in Austria and with Support Centers in Switzerland, Austria and Singapore is specialized in development of Embroidery Design and Punching Systems. AllCAD provides various service ranges from installation over system training on their products to consultancy.

About ProArt 1.5 – ProArt 1.5 is an Embroidery Design System based on CAD Technology. With ProArt 1.5 you can create perfect sketches designs and technical enlargements.

About JETRO – Japan External Trade Organization established by Japanese government in 1958. This is a nation's principal organization for implementing trade policy on a comprehensive basis. The main task of JETRO is to boost foreign direct investment in Japan, promote cooperation between industries in Japan and other developed nations and encourage international exchange on a variety of levels. They have an extensive worldwide network to achieve their task. The headquarters of JETRO is in Tokyo, 36 local offices in Japan and 80 overseas offices in 58 countries.

Back