Kamis, 11 Oktober 2018 08:59:00
Made in Asia, Sourced in Hong Kong in October And Sold Worldwide
HONG KONG, CHINA - - 10 October 2018 - Once again Hong Kong will be at the centre of sourcing this coming October for 45,000 worldwide buyers. Two show dates over seven days with just under 4000 suppliers will ensure a must-attend marketplace for directional products, inspirational ideas plus outstanding innovations.
First up from October 20-23 will be THE ASIAN TOYS AND GAMES SHOW, THE ASIAN GIFTS AND PREMIUMS SHOW, THE ASIAN HOUSEWARES AND KITCHEN SHOW, plus THE ASIAN FESTIVE, CHRISTMAS AND SEASONAL SHOW. The following week from October 27-29, the final sourcing opportunity brings THE ASIAN STATIONERY SHOW, THE ASIAN GIFTS AND TRAVEL GOODS SHOW and THE ASIAN SANITARY AND BATHROOM ACCESSORIES SHOW.
These trade shows are the premier Hong Kong-based sourcing events and have become annual buying diary dates for gifts, housewares, premiums, stationery and toys. They are the only industry events to present the broadest and the most comprehensive range of global products manufactured in Asia for export markets every October, allowing global buyers to attend the trade shows, as well as visit China and Hong Kong factories and meet with a wide range of both Asian and international suppliers in the key sourcing season.
This year sees thirty-two countries represented by suppliers from AUSTRALIA, BANGLADESH, BELGIUM, CANADA, CZECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, ESTONIA, FRANCE, GERMANY, HONG KONG, HUNGARY, INDIA, INDONESIA, ITALY, JAPAN, MAINLAND CHINA, MALAYSIA, MEXICO, PAKISTAN, POLAND, RUSSIA, SERBIA, SINGAPORE, THE PHILIPPINES, SOUTH KOREA, SPAIN, SWITZERLAND, TAIWAN, THAILAND, TURKEY, UK, USA AND VIETNAM. In addition, there are official country pavilions from Bangladesh, China, India, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam and Turkey.
Over 1,100 new companies from all over Asia and abroad are exhibiting this season in the shows providing trade buyers with the opportunity to meet not only with familiar export faces, but to source from new producers and trade with worldwide companies in Hong Kong, now the centre of GLOBAL SOURCING. (mor/*).