Press Releases | HKTDC Hong Kong Houseware Fair

2020
27/07

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.

2019
03/04

Fairs for Houseware, Home Textiles, Gifts and Printing in April

April is one of the peak seasons in Hong Kong for exhibitions and sourcing, with the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) presenting four major international trade fairs in the latter half of the month. The HKTDC Hong Kong Houseware Fair and HKTDC Hong Kong International Home Textiles and Furnishings Fair will be held from 20 to 23 April at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). They will be followed on 27-30 April by the HKTDC Hong Kong Gifts & Premium Fair, also held at the HKCEC, and the Hong Kong International Printing & Packaging Fair, jointly organised with CIEC Exhibition Co (HK) Ltd and held at AsiaWorld-Expo. Some 7,400 exhibitors from 35 countries and regions will present their products and services at these signature promotion and sourcing platforms.

2018
10/05

Seven HKTDC Fairs in April Draw Over 230,000 Buyers, up nearly 3%

buyers from 176 countries and regions attended the seven fairs organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) in April, recording a nearly three per cent increase year-on-year. Among them, over 130,000 were from the Chinese mainland and overseas, up over four per cent, while there were more than 9,000 exhibitors in the seven fairs. Business sentiments at the fairs were unaffected by the escalating Sino-US trade dispute in recent weeks, as the on-site surveys conducted during the fairs found 70 per cent of respondents expected no negative impact on Hong Kong’s export performance as a result of the trade friction between China and the United States, and 80 per cent were neutral or optimistic about the future that both nations can resolve their differences over the dispute.

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