CEDIA Awards 2021 venue and finalists announced

posted on Friday, 24th September 2021 by Steve May

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The CEDIA 2021 Awards ceremony will be hosted at the Science Museum in London, on November 11, the trade body has announced.

Back live and in person after a pandemic break, the eagerly awaited black-tie event will take place in Illuminate at the Science Museum., a spectacular upper-level architectural space that offers views across London.

It will begin with a pre-dinner drinks reception, followed by a three-course gala dinner.

Matt Nimmons, Managing Director of CEDIA EMEA, said:“We are excited to bring back the industry’s main celebration event as an in-person, live audience event for 2021. The Science Museum in London is another fabulous landmark setting and the perfect location for us to celebrate the very best in home technology alongside the professional design and installation excellence of our members. We are very much looking forward to uniting the industry, once again, seeing familiar faces and making new connections at the premier Awards event of the year.”

Early bird ticket pricing is open until October 8. Tables of ten for the CEDIA Awards are available from £1,800 with individual tickets prices starting at £195. Bookings can be made via cedia.net/awards.

Headline Sponsorsinclude Monitor Audio, and After Party Sponsor, Sonos; associate sponsors include KNX, Meridian Audio, Samsung, and Trinnov Audio.

The 2021 CEDIA Awards programme categories include: Integrated Home; Media Room; Home Cinema; Showroom; Multiple Dwelling Unit Design; Best Trade Supplier and Best New Products.

Announcing this year’s finalists, Nimmons said: “Considering the exceptional circumstances that we have all faced over the last year, it is great to see the amazing work our members have been doing.”

The finalists in the EMEA region are:
Awicon (India)
BNC Technology (South Africa)
Brownhen Solutions (UK)
Cinema Lusso (UK)
Consexto (Portugal)
Cornflake (UK)
Cyberhomes (UK)
Dark Side of the Room (France)
De Opera Domotica (The Netherlands)
Die Zwei - Heimkino (Germany)
Finite Solutions (UK)
Future Automation Solutions (India)
Homeplay (UK)

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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