Latin Press Signs Multi-Year Agreement with KNX for LatAm

Latin Press, a media and events producer, has inked an agreement for the rollout of KNX activities for the next three years in Latin America.

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Latin Press announced the executed agreement for the rollout of KNX activities for the next three years in Latin America. KNX is an open standard for commercial and domestic building automation. Latin Press is, of course, a media and events producer.

Latin Press will take on numerous responsibilities, including providing marketing, organizational, promotional and logistical support for various events. These include yearly versions of the following:

  • First, KNX Days in-person conferences in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico
  • Second, KNX Days online conferences in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico
  • Third, KNX Symposium during IntegraTEC (formerly TecnoMultimedia exhibition) in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico

Marketing, Organization, Promotion, Logistics

What’s more, Latin Press will provide marketing, organizational, promotional and logistics to support the operations of the KNX Chapters in Latin America. These, of course, include Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico.

Moreover, Latin Press will manage the regional KNX website, while also sending a quarterly newsletter to local industry members and affiliates. In addition, it will provide editorial coverage on KNX via its media properties in HVACR, integrated systems, building automation and electronic security.

Finally, Latin Press will name KNX as “Supporting Show Sponsor” of several regional exhibitions. Those include the following:

  • IntegraTEC (formerly TecnoMultimedia)
  • Refriaméricas
  • TecnoEdificios

“We are really excited to have finalized the agreement,” Max Jaramillo, managing director of Latin Press, says. “For the past three years, we’ve been cultivating relationships with both KNX in Belgium as well as the different chapters throughout the region. To be entrusted with more responsibilities as we grow the awareness of the KNX protocol is a true honor.”

Dates of the different activities will be publicized shortly.

The Belgium based KNX Association, established in 1999, maintains and supports the KNX Protocol.