CR Expo 2019 Press Conference to open in Beijing
A Care & Rehabilitation Expo China 2019 (CR Expo 2019) press conference is held in Beijing on Sept 9. [photo/cdpf.org.cn]
The CR Expo, sponsored by the China Disabled Persons' Federation (CDPF), is China's only national exhibition focusing on the welfare of the elderly and people with disabilities.
The CR Expo 2019 will be held at the China National Convention Center from Oct 10 to 12, with more than 300 companies from 16 countries and regions around the world and nearly 50,000 professionals expected to attend.
In order to help people with disabilities and the elderly make easier visits to the expo, the organizing committee has set up multiple stations in Beijing providing free shuttle bus service. In the meantime, wheelchair rentals, volunteer guidance and pre-registration services will be available to facilitate fast and efficient admission.
As a themed event for people with disabilities under the Belt and Road Initiative, the CR Expo 2019 promotes cooperation in auxiliary equipment with high-quality resources, leading brands, customized services and AI technologies.
It not only presents the progress made by the CDPF over the past 30 years, but also advances cooperation among different organizations through parallel summits and online-offline new product launches.
The CR Expo 2019 welcomes participation of all sectors of the industry in creating new opportunities for cooperation and leading the rehabilitation and auxiliary equipment industry towards larger size, higher level and better quality.
Successfully held for each of the last 12 years, the expo is at the forefront of the industry. With an open and inclusive attitude, it has become an important window showcasing the improvements made in the lives of people with disabilities in China and a multi-functional and all-dimensional platform for high-level exchanges and trade cooperation.
The Party and the government attach great importance to the cause of people with disabilities and have introduced a series of guidelines and policies to ensure their basic livelihood and their access to expanded public services.