IFA International 2019 Day 6 Edition


Bomare Company

stand at IFA Global



Stream System is an Algerian brand of consumer electronics products

manufactured by Bomare Company. Distributed in North Africa and

throughout countries like Spain, Portugal, Italy and South Africa, the

company has an annual turnover of more than €90 million and employs

over 800 people.

At IFA, Bomare is presenting a wide range

of Stream System TV products and services,

including the Stream TV 19 series of 4K

UHD smart TVs that boast next-generation

aesthetics, image quality and sound. Integrated

with the Bomare content platform, ARENA,

which, in collaboration with FOXXUM, offers

diverse streaming, IPTV, VOD, and gaming

applications, the Stream TV 19 includes Dolby

Digital Plus and a demodulator that reduces

power consumption.

All models in the 19 series are equipped with

screen sharing options via applications such as

Miracast that allow screen sharing as well as

TV remote control via a smartphone, or Imirror

to connect Apple devices. The new TV range

has been released in 58’’ and 75’’ models.

For Ali Boumediene, General Manager and

founder of Bomare Company in 2001, IFA

Global Markets is an important opportunity

to present a unique range of products and

services to the international market, and

therefore expand beyond its North African and

European markets. “Our presence at IFA Berlin

is a part of our internationalisation strategy

and confirms our great ambitions,” he said.

Bomare also makes smartphones, tablets,

digital interactive displays, monitoring cameras

and smart wall displays


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Bros & Company is at IFA Global Markets

with Pout, a desk-organising system that

includes products under the sub-brands:

Eyes, Ears, Nose, Hands. The Eyes range

includes aluminium laptop stands that appeal

to Apple users. Ears are Bluetooth speakers

and Hands include wireless charging mouse

pads. The Nose series, meanwhile, includes

an air purifier and humidifiers distinguished

by their modern design.

The Pout range has been developed from

the company’s social product development

platform Pallo. An innovative online

community, Pallo lets its members become

inventors or participators by submitting

ideas for products that Pallo should design,

manufacture, and sell. Inventors who submit

ideas (and participators who contribute) can

share in royalties based on product revenues.

The company was founded in Korea in 2013

by three friends who met in the military.

They work with distributors in Hong Kong,

Benelux, France, and Ukraine. However they

are also looking for new partners


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The Pout deskorganising



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