Join us at CeBIT 2013 and Love Working in the Cloud

Filed by team twago on March 4, 2013

As last year, twago will be again at the CeBIT. It takes place in Hannover, Germany, from the 5th until the 9th of March. We will be in the Code_n13 area, Hall 16, 30D.

Cebit 2013CeBIT is the world’s largest trade fair showcasing digital IT and telecommunications solutions for home and work environments. Main target groups are users from industry, the wholesale/retail sector, skilled trades, banks, the services sector, government agencies, science and all users passionate about technology. It is an international platform perfect to discover current industry trends, for networking, and product presentations.

This year´s booth is focused on something we have been hearing for long time now: CLOUD WORKING. We will be presenting some of our best freelancers and agencies in a very special way… we hope you can come to see it but if not, follow us during the whole event using #twagoCeBIT.

We will be sharing info about the event; posting pictures, etc… we will bring the CeBIT to your timeline!

Apart from this, there are other cool things we will have at our booth like for example, an iPhone made-of-paper sound-amp. YES: made of paper. Don´t believe us? Check the pictures out…

Sound Amp

It REALLY drives the sound. It is a DIY present we are giving to our visitors.

We really hope to see you there so come see us! There is more info to come, STAY TUNED!



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  1. Felipe says:

    how can I get the printable version of the paper amp?

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