HKTDC’s Electronics Show Draws 4,100 Exhibitors

October 22, 2014

Earlier this week, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) held two co-located electronics trade shows at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) with a combined attendance of 4,100 exhibitors from 24 countries and regions.

According to the HKTDC, more than 130 buying missions consisting of 9,900 trade buyers from 68 countries and regions were invited to the twin shows. The Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Autumn Edition) focuses on finished electronic products with new product zones this year highlighting wearable technology, health monitoring gadgets and 3D printing.

Co-organised with MMI Asia Pte Ltd, electronicAsia showcases electronic components and production technologies including printed circuit boards, display technologies and solar photovoltaic technologies. Both trade shows took place from 13th to 16th October.

Benjamin Chau, deputy executive director of the HKTDC, commented, “There is an increasing demand for new creative solutions in these sectors of the electronics market. Reflecting this trend, we have introduced two new product zones, 3D Printing and Wearable Electronics, and there is a dedicated showcase area to present the latest wearable gadgets.”

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