Mega Show 2017 - Part 1

Date
2017-10-20 - 2017-10-23
Exhibitors
3600
Floor Size
0
Attendees
0
Event contact title
Marketing Manager
Event contact first name
Linda
Event contact last name
Chan
Email
cs@mega-show.com
Event contact telephone number
+852 2700 6726
Fax
+852 2700 6727
Notes
The shows take place over seven open days during the last two weeks of October at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The dates of MEGA SHOW Series are a regular fixture of the autumn Southern China sourcing circuit for global buyers. Over 40,000 international import and export houses, wholesalers, distributors, agents, mail order companies and retailers from 128 countries and regions attended the show over the seven show days in 2016. MEGA SHOW Part 1 is entering its 26th year and offers products from 3,600+ Asian and internationally-based exhibitors. The diverse and directional merchandise on show is grouped into the nine merchandise categories. new layout. Part 1 (20-23 October, 2015) will present EIGHT merchandise categories and Part 2 (27-29 October, 2015) will feature FOUR merchandise categories – all clearly defined and colour-coded for easy reference.
Description

MEGA SHOW PART 1 is the important Hong Kong based trade fair for the gift, houseware, premiums and toy industries, and has taken place annually at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in October since 1992. This All Asian Sourcing Show is comprised of 3539 quality-led and export-ready suppliers from 32 countries, not only from Asia, but also featuring international manufacturers, with the show layout merchandised to highlight the seven key product areas.

Exhibitor information
Gifts & premium, Housewares & Home Decor, Christmas & festive, Giftwrap & Packaging, Kitchen & Dinning, Glassware, Toys & Games, Baby & Nursery

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