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38th Hong Kong Electronics Fair Opens in October

WHAT: The Hong Kong Electronics Fair is the world’s leading showcase of electronics products. Major exhibit categories include Audio Visual Products; Computer & Peripherals; Electronic Gaming; Digital Imaging; Virtual Reality: Home Appliances;  Healthcare Electronics; Personal Electronics; Security Products; Technology Exchange Zone and more.

WHEN:
13-15 October (Sat-Mon) 9:30am-6:30pm    
16 October (Tue) 9:30am-5:00pm
Trade only. Visitors under 18 will not be admitted.
(Admission fee is HK$100 per person)  

WHO: Last year, there were over 3,700 exhibitors and over 60,000 buyers from 147 countries and regions at the event.

WHY: Highlights include the Hall of Fame, which is dedicated to showcasing top-of-the range brand names and stylish products. The Tech Hall will feature five important tech elements including 3D Printing, Robotics & Unmanned Tech, Smart Tech, Start-up and Virtual Reality. There will also be Electronics Seminars where key industry experts will analyse market trends, business opportunities and the challenges facing the electronics industry.

ElectronicAsia 2018, a professional trade event for components, assemblies, electronics production and display technology, will be held concurrently.

WHERE: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong

AND YOU CAN QUOTE ME: “We have collected 30 useful sales leads at the fair, and three or four of them who are retailers from Eastern Europe, Saudi Arabia and South Asia will be our target customers,” Julian Lee, CEO, Ambi Labs Limited, Hong Kong

FAIR WEBSITE: http://m.hktdc.com/fair/hkelectronicsfairae-en/HKTDC-Hong-Kong-Electronics-Fair- Autumn-Edition.html

Content provided by Hong Kong Trade Development Council
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