CBME China 2015 Increases Exhibition Space by 20 Percent to Meet Industry Demand

March 10, 2015

The 15th Shanghai International Children Baby Maternity Industry Expo (CBME China 2015) will welcome local and international brands to showcase their latest products July 22-24 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC).

The event will feature more than1,900 suppliers representing 2,650 brands across 200,000 square meters of exhibition space, a 20-percent increase in exhibition scale, compared with 2014.

More than 80,000 children and baby products trade buyers are expected to attend, according to show management.

"This July, CBME China, celebrates its 15th anniversary. The event will be filled with more activities and initiatives for all attendees,” said Athena Gong, general manager, CBME.

She added, “Through the years, CBME China has established itself as the must-attend event in the industry. It is the perfect business platform for children, baby and maternity product buyers, retailers, manufacturers, distributors and suppliers to meet and do business in one venue. Now, CBME China is the world’s largest sourcing event for children, baby and maternity products. We appreciate the support from the whole industry to be where we are now. We are looking forward to more fruitful years ahead.”

A number of well-known brands have confirmed participation, including Babybubbles, Balabala, Benho, Bobdog, Britax, CAM, Chicco, Cybex, Disney, Dr. Brown's, Fisher- Price, Friso, Goo.N, GOULA, Hush Puppies Kids, iCandy, Johnson's Baby, Joie, Kiddy, Les enphant, Mattel, Maxi-Cosi, Medela Micro, Micro, NUBY, NUK, OXO, Pencil Club, Pigeon, Quinny, Richell, Sevi, Thomas & Friends, Wyeth and more.

More new brands are expected to participate this year, according to show management. So far, more than 700 new brands have confirmed participation.

Products featured at CBME China 2015 will cover the full range of children baby maternity products from healthcare products to food, strollers and toys, clothing and accessories and services. Around 30 percent of the exhibiting brands will come from overseas.


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