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HKTDC cluster of fairs attract Indian exhibitors, boosts bilateral business

HKTDC will organize nine fairs in Hong Kong from September to November. These will cover watches and clocks, fashion, electronic products, lighting products, green products, spectacles as well as wine and spirits. The fairs will serve as an ideal platform for traders and suppliers from India to expand their businesses into new markets.

Indian buyers, distributors and retailers can experience the benefit of sourcing through HKTDC’s trade fairs. India is Hong Kong’s seventh largest trading partner. In the first half of 2018, total trade between Hong Kong and India was $14.4 billion. In particular, Hong Kong’s total exports to India amounted to $8.3 billion and total import value from India reached $6.1 billion.

Indian companies are keen to seek business opportunities through HKTDC’s exhibitions. HKTDC’s fairs, some 30 of them, attracted about 39,000 exhibitors and over 7,50,000 visitors from all over the world in 2017-2018. Of these, over 14,000 exhibitors and buyers are from India.

HKTDC exhibitions are supported by a combination of international quality exhibitors and buyers. Synergised with mobile-friendly sourcing services, the HKTDC marketplace app, and more than 20 print and online product magazines and industry supplements, these exhibitions are the perfect starting point for year-round business connections between buyers and suppliers, facilitated by the organiser’s integrated online-offline marketplace.