The International Sourcing Show will be held in both online and physical formats this year, starting mid-March and finishing at the end of July.
Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), the sourcing show integrates seven trade fairs including the Housewares Show and Gifts & Premium. The online version starts at 17 March and finishes on 29 July, while the physical fair is held from 26 to 29 July at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The online exhibition is a showcase of products, ideas and trends where buyers and exhibitors can explore, share and connect in a digital way. The showcase is divided into four key themes―Smart Home, Smart Play, Smart Style and Smart Tech.
Smart Home covers all housewares and furnishings including bathroom, bedroom, dining room, kitchen, living room, home workspace and garden, while Smart Play focuses on kids products such as interactive and educational games.
Discover trends through a range of garments, fashion accessories, fashion tech and fabrics, and find gift ideas for any budget in the Smart Style section, and get inspired by an expansive showcase of electronic products, medical and healthcare products, lighting, and technical applications for gifts, fashion, home products, toys and many other lifestyle products in Smart Tech.
Join the live webinar sessions at Intelligence Hub during the show to stay on top of market changes and industry developments.
Throughout the entire online show, industry professionals and experts will be sharing their thoughts on topics that help businesses rethink their strategies and respond to the ever-changing business environment. The webinars can be accessed for free, you will be able to ask questions and interact with the speakers.
Click2Match has been part of HKTDC’s online offering since the pandemic started and will again be part of the International Sourcing Show. The online DIY business matching tool uses AI technologies to match potential business partners. The platform also helps participants schedule meetings, get together for video conferences, chat in real time and exchange e-business cards.
Businesses are able to exchange ideas and build relationships on HKTDC’s dedicated online exhibition platform to attract early interest beginning from March, and to follow on with more opportunities from the physical fair in July once the pandemic situation has eased.
Registration for the show is open now.