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Hong Kong to host Asia’s largest consumer expo in October

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Hong Kong to host Asia’s largest consumer expo in October.

Hong Kong to host Asia’s largest consumer expo in October

Asia’s largest consumer expo is coming back to town this October, and is calling out all global buyers!

The must-attend event this year is your opportunity to get connected to world-class Asian producers.

This year, the event will take place in Hong Kong, giving an excellent opportunity for buyers to source their products all in one stop center.

The premier exhibition is showcasing the latest consumer merchandises. Having gained prominence across the globe, Hong Kong has now become a hotspot for international buyers.

Don't miss your chance to get first-hand access to some of the high-quality Asian-made products with trendy design at competitive prices.

Producers will display a range of items from – housewares, kitchen and dining, toys and games, seasonal products, stationery, travel products, bathroom accessories and more during the October exhibition.

In 2017, as many as 5,315 exhibition booths featured approximately 4,085 suppliers from more than 30 countries, resulting in the shows mega success. It attracted nearly 50,000 buyers from over 130 countries, making it a much-sought-after sourcing exhibition in the world.

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This year, organisers are expecting more than 4,050 suppliers from around 30 countries and regions to participate in the show, where over 5,300 booths will exhibit some of the latest merchandises all-around.

The organisers have timed the dates perfectly this time, to coincide with the October peak sourcing time slot that suits global buyers during the autumn Southern China sourcing circuit.

As for the business community, the seven-day trade show which runs concurrently is designed as a One-Stop Sourcing Under One Roof, which helps save time and costs.

The timings of the shows are divided into two segments from 20-23 October and 27-29 October, 2018.

The world-class Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre will play host to the event, managed by Comasia Limited.

Another bonus awaits participants. Enjoy a cost-saving sourcing trip by applying for the Special Sponsorship Offer which is extended to all qualified buyers.

Qualified buyers can receive a cash sponsorship of up to HKD 4,600 by attending the shows.

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