Press Conference Highlights Electronics, ICT and Lighting Fairs

Three April fairs will showcase the latest products and marketing trends in lighting, electronics, and information and communications technology, beginning later this week, at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC).


The fourth edition of the HKTDC Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Spring Edition) opens Friday 6th April and continues through 9th April. This year’s fair offers exhibitors more space and opportunities.


The four-day event is expected to attract more than 940 exhibitors from Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland, France, Germany, Korea, the Netherlands, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, the United States and, for the first time, Vietnam.


Fair highlights include three new zones: the Hall of Aurora, showcasing quality brand products, the World of Crystal Chandeliers and the Hall of LED. Seminars on the latest trends in LED lighting technology and regulations and standards in lighting products, as well as forums on market opportunities in the Middle East and Russia, will also take place.


The Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) and International ICT Expo, 13-16 April, will welcome more than 3,150 exhibitors from 28 countries and regions to the HKCEC. Asia’s largest spring electronics fair will feature exhibitor pavilions from the Chinese mainland, Korea and Taiwan, while Austria, Cyprus and South Africa will participate for the first time.

 The latest electronics products will be displayed in eight new product zones, including Eco-friendly Products, Mobile Devices and Accessories, and Smart Homes. The fair’s Hall of Fame will return with nearly 500 leading brands, including AEG, Coby, Desay, Goodway, Haier, Motorola, Pierre Cardin, Rollei, Telefunken, Tunbow, and Westinghouse.


A series of seminars will spotlight trends in consumer electronics, including quality standards, safety regulations, testing and certification, and mobile device apps and electronics technology trends.


The Electronics Fair will also unveil a new Small-Order Zone, offering thousands of products in a series of showcases at the Expo Drive Entrance. “Buying in small quantity allows me to better control inventory,” said US fashion buyer Sam Niamian of High Secret. Emerging markets are also showing interest. “In view of the economic uncertainties in the coming season, I would rather buy in small quantities,” said Joanna Sikorska, Senior Fashion Buyer at Poland’s LPP SA. Buyers can also take advantage of the new zone, on


In 2011, Hong Kong exported HK$1.85 trillion (US$237 billion) in electronics products, up nine per cent over 2010. Exports of information and communication technology products totalled HK$379 billion (US$49 billion) in value, up 14 per cent over the previous year.



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