Global Sources Electronics Show Opens in Two Phases

October 22, 2018

Global Sources opened its Global Sources Electronics show on Oct. 11 at Hong Kong’s AsiaWorld-Expo (AWE) featuring more than 7,500 booths.

The event is held in two phases. The first phase, Consumer Electronics, ran from 11th to 14th October and it featured some 3,900 booths, showcasing the latest auto electronics, commercial electronics, computer and accessories, gaming and e-Sport products, home electronics, outdoor electronics, as well as electronic components and smart living products.

The second phase is Mobile Electronics which, according to the organiser, has become the largest mobile electronics sourcing show in the world.

Mobile Electronics runs from 18th to 21st October focusing on the latest mobile devices and accessories, speakers, headphones, AR/VR products and wearable devices. Mobile Electronics features some 3,600 booths.

President of Global Sources Electronics Group, Tommy Wong commented, “Global Sources Electronics is bigger than ever this October, now with 7,500 booths of products across the two phases.”

He added, “We are proud of the show’s ability to attract so many quality exhibitors from China, across Asia and 10 other countries. We look forward to bringing buyers from around the world an outstanding trade-show experience and the opportunity to source the high quality and latest technology in consumer and mobile electronics.”

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