KTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair attracted 67,000 buyers come from all the world.

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 In HONG KONG, Oct 16, 2019 hosted The 39th HKTDC Hong Kong exhibition.

Electronics Fair (Autumn Edition), organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), and the 23rd electronic Asia, jointly organised by

the HKTDC and MMI Asia Pte Ltd. Held concurrently over four days at Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). The two fairs attracted close to 67,000 buyers from 141 countries and regions. More than 50,000 buyers visited the Autumn Electronics Fair while over 17,000 visitors attended electronic Asia. Our company also visited this popular exhibition.


 "Despite the ongoing trade friction between the United States and Mainland China and the continued social unrest in Hong Kong, the twin

electronics fairs and associated events ran without a hitch. The HKTDC will continue to strengthen its business-matching services and organise buying

missions to create more opportunities for exhibitors and buyers through the Hong Kong platform," said Benjamin Chau, HKTDC Acting Executive Director.



He added that the electronics fairs saw an increase in buyer attendance from various markets, including Macao, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands,

Romania, Russia, Turkey, Mexico and Iran. A wide range of renowned international electronic brands, retailers and distributors, including

Brazil's elg, Canada's TDL Canada, the US's Equity by La Crosse and Walmart, Korea's Electromart (emart), Malaysia's Ions Technologies, Indonesia's depasar.com, Singapore's Champ Electronics & Systems and Thailand's Thai Habel Industrial, sourced at the fairs.


Augmented and virtual reality devices showed great potential. In terms of product trends, the survey revealed that three-quarters of

industry players have a positive view towards augmented reality and virtual reality devices in the coming two years, of which mobile or

online games have the greatest market potential.

The most optimistic regarding electronic or electrical accessories, followed by audio visual products as well as computers and peripherals , which are all seen as significantly more promising compared then a last year.



Buyers could place on-the-spot orders. The exhibition was organized very convenient for buyers.

Catalogs , online maps and booklets all could get easily and learn more about the exhibition.

Also everywhere you could find assistants and ask for the item you are looking for, they are welcome to help to find it for you and give the number of pavilion.


As 5G technology matures around the world, with Hong Kong's 5G network scheduled to launch next year, this year's Autumn Electronics Fair

aligned with the latest market trend, inviting experts to share the latest 5G technology developments at the Symposium on Innovation & Technology, as

well as launching the new Nanjing 5G Pavilion at the Tech Hall to showcase the latest 5G industrial and commercial applications.


Nanjing 5G Pavilion for the first time. The company's President, Kevin Liu, said it received more than 10 orders on the first day of the fair,

comprising some 5,000 product units. "These buyers are from Ireland, Spain, India and China. The biggest order came from an Irish buyer

who bought 3,000 pcs of our baby monitors. “ We are happy with the results so far and we'll set up a booth next year," he said.



VIISA, a venture capital company from Vietnam, found new investment opportunities . Phuc Nguyen, the company's Manager, said: "The Startup zone has brought together somereally interesting start-ups from different places to showcase interesting and attractive products and solutions. We have found four start-ups from Hong Kong and England . Our average investment amount is around US$200,000 for each venture."


Tuncay Gulcu, a first-time buyer from Turkey's Gulcu Security Systems, also placed on-the-spot orders at the Autumn Electronics Fair. Looking for

adapters, cables and professional outdoor cameras, he was able to find four reliable suppliers and placed onsite orders worth US$50,000 with him. He

added that the recent situation in Hong Kong did not affect his decision to visit the Autumn Electronics Fair. "I believe that Hong Kong is still a

safe place to do business," he said.


SuniWin, an importer and distributor of outdoor devices and electronic components from Taiwan, attends electronic Asia every year. It is Vice President,

Michael Gong, believes the fair fulfils the sourcing needs of buyers. "We have got in touch with 13 new suppliers from China and Taiwan to

source various items. The total amount for our initial orders is expected to US$30,000," he said. Next Hong Kong Electronics Fair is planned this spring.


If you wish to visit it , if you need help and interpreting service in Hong Kong , you can always contact us! Registration for the exhibition takes place in advance.


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