Exhibition Special: Goods in abundance at Hong Kong Mega Show

08:40, April 16, 2010      

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Thousand of visitors are expected to flock to Asia's sourcing gala, the Mega Show, in October.

The Mega Show Part 1 will be held on Oct 20-23 and the Mega Show Part 2 will be held on Oct 28-30 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The show is a major trade attraction on the buying circuit in Hong Kong, where for seven days international buyers can source from a large range of export-ready suppliers.

Mega Show Part 1

Since 1992, this trade fair for gifts, housewares, premiums and toys, has taken place annually at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

This year Part 1 will be in a new format, with product sectors grouped together in separate hall locations, for buyers' convenience.

The grand hall and foyer of hall one will be dedicated to gifts and premiums and hall three will be divided between house wares, toys and stationery.

Festive and seasonal goods from China will be on show in the convention hall, and hall five will contain the best of Asian products.

Nearly 4,000 companies, from Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland, Asia and Europe will be represented at Mega Show 1.

Mega Show Part 2

This showcase of over 1,000 companies from Asia-Pacific and China spans a large range of product offerings including gifts, premiums, home dcor, household products, and garden and outdoors equipment.

Following the successful inclusion of office and stationary items last year, 150 companies with such goods will be back this year and located together in the convention hall.

New for 2010 is a special focus on interiors, with more companies featuring textiles and dcor products for the home.

With a total of nearly 5,000 suppliers and an expected 65,000 buyers across the seven days, this promises to be a grand event.

Source: China Daily

(Editor:黄硕)

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