HKTDC's Fairs Attract 1,700 Exhibitors

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council’s (HKTDC) Hong Kong Fashion Week for Spring/Summer and the concurrent Summer Sourcing Show for Gifts, Houseware & Toys reported a total attendance of 1,700 exhibitors at the opening of the four-day trade shows. The show was held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre July 4-7.

Of the total, 1,300 exhibitors were attending the Hong Kong Fashion Week. The HKTDC reported exhibitors from 24 countries and regions, which included seven group pavilions from mainland China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Macau, South Korea and Taiwan. For the 400 exhibitors attending the Summer Sourcing Show for Gifts, Houseware & Toys, group pavilions from mainland China, Korea, Taiwan and debutant Nepal were present.

Benjamin Chau, deputy executive director of the HKTDC, said “Hong Kong’s garment and textile industry attracts buyers from around the world because of its high manufacturing standards and flexible trade and sales services… The Summer Sourcing Show offers buyers from around the world additional opportunities to source quality products, strengthening Hong Kong’s role as the hub for these products.”

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