Local firms urged to join Hong Kong trade fair

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Cambodian manufacturers have been called upon to participate in the largest sourcing event in the region, which will take place in Hong Kong this October.

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Comasia Limited, a professional trade exhibition and event management company, yesterday urged Cambodian firms to partake in the Hong Kong October Show, saying it will give great exposure to their products.

He said it will also offer a great platform to enhance their networks and meet potential new partners.

The event is one of the region’s most important marketplaces for gifts, housewares, toys and games, seasonal products, travel accessories, stationery and sanitary ware.

It is part of a series of concurrent thematic product exhibitions taking place every October.

Ajinveat Vhongthong, senior project manager at N.C.C. Exhibition Organizer, marketing promoter for the event, said Cambodian firms have a lot to gain from joining the event.

“It is the largest sourcing show in Hong Kong, the best platform for Asia-made products. Buyers will experience newly-launched, trendy and profit-making merchandise.

“Our show is perfectly schedule for global buyers on their autumn Southern China sourcing circuit,” Mr Vhongthong said.

More than 49,000 buyers from around the world are expected to visit this year’s edition, according to Mr Vhongthong.

“This year we will welcome exhibitors from over 30 countries, with a total of eight pavilions for Asian countries,” he said, adding that buyers will be able to place small orders to test the market.

“Travelling to Hong Kong is very convenient for Asian buyers, as most nations do not require visa to enter Hong Kong,” he added.

Last year’s event attracted nearly 50,000 buyers from over 130 countries, with 5,315 booths.

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