Hong Kong Spring Electronics Fair Adds Tech Zones

3D Printing Zone a Highlight

Next month’s Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition; April 13 to 16) has added three new Tech Zones this year to its roster of industry coverage that embrace the latest cutting-edge technologies. The 3D Printing, Baby Tech and iWorld zones bring to 29 the number of zones presented for buyers and sellers expected at the exhibition.

The Fair is billed by its organizer, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, as Asia’s largest Spring electronics show. It is held concurrent with the International ICT Expo, and both fairs are expected to draw around 90,000 buyers and 3,250 exhibitors, as they did last year. On exhibit will be products and services including A/V and branded electronics, eco-friendly products, packaging and design products, navigation systems, new inventions and telecommunications products and testing.

Also returning to the floor will be the popular Small Order Zone, offering over 73,000 products in 30 categories to buyers who need to source in small quantities.

“Our company has more than 20 years’ experience in producing personal health and care products under our Emjoi brand with Europe and the U.S. being our major markets,” said Dede Wong, senior marketing manager for Hong Kong-based Soft Lines International Ltd. “We join the Hong Kong Electronics Fair regularly because it is an ideal platform for us to introduce new products to both new and existing customers and to look for new business partners.”

The Fair is held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Registration information is available at this link: http://www.hktdc.com/fair/hkelectronicsfairse-en/HKTDC-Hong-Kong-Electronics-Fair-Spring-Edition.html

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