Hong Kong Gifts & Premium Fair opens in April 2023
Organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), five lifestyle product shows are set to return April 19-22 to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC).
In addition, the HKTDC’s online smart business matching platform, Click2Match, will operate April 19-29, aiming to provide a convenient, Hong Kong Gifts & Premium Fairefficient platform for traders to connect.
The five lifestyle product shows are: Home InStyle, Hong Kong International Home Textiles and Furnishings Fair, Hong Kong Gifts & Premium Fair, Fashion InStyle and the Hong Kong International Printing & Packaging Fair.
The five fairs will showcase more than 3,200 exhibitors from around the globe. With the latest products and trends on display under one roof, these fairs aim to help attendees build relationships, explore new business opportunities and expand their networks.
The Hong Kong Gifts & Premium Fair is set to gather 1,450 exhibitors from around the world. The fair provides a platform for industry professionals to explore the latest trends and innovations in the gifts and premium industry. This year, the fair will feature an all-new Cultural & Creative Corner jointly with the concurrent Home InStyle, which is a curated zone featuring designer brands and products imbued with cultural uniqueness. Exhibitors include Assisi (Hong Kong), Supreme Plastic (Hong Kong), Caile Intelligent (Hong Kong), Jasming Sourcenet (Hong Kong) and Ailizia Gifts House (Indonesia).
The Hall of Fine Designs will return as a convergence of reputed brands from around the world. Key brands include 1000 Miles (Hong Kong), Brandcharger (Hong Kong), Matrix Promotion (Hong Kong), Moral Team (Hong Kong), Tiny Memory (Hong Kong), Guanci Cultural Creative (Mainland China), Waytone Footwear (Mainland China) and Monnaie de Paris (France).
The Hong Kong Exporters’ Association will also assemble Hong Kong companies to form a pavilion, showcasing Hong Kong’s product designers. Winning works from the Hong Kong Smart Design Awards will also be on display to highlight Hong Kong brands to global industry players.
Moreover, various forums and seminars will be held during the fair to address some of the industry’s hottest topics including upcoming trends, sustainability and cultural traditions in gifts.
The new EXHIBITION+ hybrid model aims to reinvent trade fairs to serve global traders anytime and anywhere. EXHIBITION+ comprises four key exhibition elements, including HKTDC-organised physical fairs, the smart business-matching platform Click2Match, online-to-offline seminars under the Intelligence Hub, and the hktdc.com Sourcing platform, to provide round-the-clock services that boost the flexibility and effectiveness of business promotion for SMEs and offer benefits such as extended fair periods, expanded platforms and enhanced opportunities, according to the organization.
HKTDC’s 50 global offices will actively recruit international buyers, while its business-matching specialists will match suitable exhibitors according to buyers’ sourcing demands, and arrange online and offline meetings to facilitate business cooperation.