Global Sources' Electronics Show Opens with 4,100 Booths

October 21, 2013

NASDAQ-listed,B2B media group, Global Sources, reported 4,100 exhibiting booths at the opening of this year’s China Sourcing Fair: Electronics & Components. Marking its 10th edition, the trade fair occupied all 10 halls at the AsiaWorld-Expo (AWE), which was co-located with the China Sourcing Fair: Security Productsand Korea Sourcing Fair: Electronics & Components.

The three electronics fairs were held from 12th to 15th October. Global Sources organised Private Sourcing Events at the shows at whichscreened exhibitors met large-scale international buyers in private, and introduced a new mobile app for buyers to access show information via mobile devices.

Tommy Wong, president of Global Sources Exhibitions, commented, “Within the past decade, these Fairs have become one of the leading consumer electronics sourcing events in the region… Global sales of consumer electronics goods are expected to exceed US$1.11 trillion in 2013 with sales of smart connected devices forecast to surpass 1.7 billion units in 2014.”

Additionally, Global Sources also announced the launch of the China Sourcing Fair: Mobile & Wirelesswhich will run from 12th to 15th April 2014 at the AWE.

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