Press Releases | HKTDC Hong Kong Fashion Week


HKTDC launches advanced online virtual exhibition

In view of the current COVID-19 pandemic situation, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) has acted swiftly to change its strategy, migrating the nine physical exhibitions originally scheduled to be held by the end of July onto an online platform. In addition, an artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled business matching service is being introduced to help suppliers and buyers close more deals. Organised by the HKTDC, Summer Sourcing Weeks | Go ONLINE opens today (27 July) and runs until 7 August. This 9-in-1 virtual trade exhibition has attracted more than 1,300 exhibitors, featuring lighting, electronics, information and communications technology (ICT), medical and healthcare, houseware, fashion, home textiles and furnishings, gifts, printing and packaging products. This brand-new online exhibition platform will help global buyers to replenish supplies and assist small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in exploring new business opportunities during a difficult time.


Technology drives new era of fashion e-commerce

Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), the 26th Hong Kong Fashion Week for Spring/Summer will be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) from 8 to 11 July. A seminar at the show on the afternoon of 10 July, titled “New Retail Era: ‘Fashion x E-commerce’ Strategies”, will see industry leaders come together to discuss the latest trends in fashion e-commerce and examine how the industry can identify new opportunities amid the global economic uncertainties stemming from the current trade conflict. Joining the discussion at the seminar will be Alin Dobrea, Head of Brand Partnerships at ZALORA; Eddie Lee, Regional CEO, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia, ECMS Express; Edwin Wong, Founder & CEO, Cloudbreakr; and Raymond Yeung, Senior Sales Manager, Publications & E-Commerce Department at the HKTDC

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