Hong Kong Toys & Games Fair
Now second in size only to Germany’s giant toy show, the annual Hong Kong Toys & Games Fair, which is Asia’s largest fair, attracts nearly 30,000 visitors from all over the world. With over 2,000 exhibitors, the Fair is a one-stop shopping experience offering everything from cutting-edge electronics and baby products to hobby goods and outdoor toys. Along with highlighted trends, the 40th Fair promises a top-notch schedule of information-packed seminars and presentations. (Click here for website.)
HK Toys & Games Fair Draws Record Attendance
Increased registration signals strong world toy market.
More than 34,000 buyers -- a record attendance -- journeyed to the 2011 Hong Kong Toys & Games Fair, announced a spokesman for the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), organizer of the annual event. The Fair drew visitors from as far away as the U.S., Australia and the U.K., with attendance from some emerging countries like India, Russia and Vietnam rising by as much as 60 percent. The four-day 2011 Toy Fair (January 10-13), ran simultaneously with the Baby Products Fair,
Canadians Among 2,000-plus Exhibitors at 2012 HK Toy Fair
Toronto's Nano Magnetics Ltd. will exhibit its award-winning Nano Dots.
Four Canadian companies are among the more than 2,000 vendors exhibiting at the 2012 Hong Kong Toys & Games Fair, which kicks off the annual trade show season on January 9.
B.C.’s Relaxus Products Ltd., Quebec’s Trudeau Corp., Nano Magnetics Ltd. and Round 5 Corp., both based in the GTA, will join exhibitors from countries, including India, Russia, Netherlands, U.K. and Italy. However, it’s still top-notch vendors from China, Hong Kong, and other parts of Asia that make up the largest demographic of participants in the HK Fair — now the second largest trade event in the world.
Visitors Flock to Hong Kong Fairs for New Product Trends
Hong Kong Convention Centre with access to 4 separate fairs in a single venue (c/o HKTDC)
More than 100,000 visitors journeyed to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, last week, eager to see the latest trends in toys, stationery and infant/preschool products, on display at four annual trade shows hosted by the Centre.