Hong Kong to hold seven parallel lifestyle events concurrently

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(L-R) Hong Kong Exporters Association Chairman Eric Sun; HKTDC Garment Advisory Committee Chairlady Katherine Fang; Home InStyle, Home Textiles and Furnishings Fair, and Gifts & Premium Fair Organising Committee Chairman Jeffrey Lam; HKTDC Deputy Executive Director Sophia Chong and Innovative Entrepreneur Association Vice President David Leung.

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) will hold a series of exhibitions and conferences this month, covering various lifestyle sectors.

The seven events will run concurrently for the first time from April 19-22 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The events include the Hong Kong Gifts & Premium Fair; Home InStyle (formerly the Hong Kong Houseware Fair); the Hong Kong International Home Textiles and Furnishings Fair; Fashion InStyle (formerly Hong Kong Fashion Week); the Hong Kong International Printing & Packaging Fair as well as the Hong Kong International Licensing Show and Asian Licensing Conference.

“The HKTDC has been committed to promoting creative and design industries, help develop Hong Kong as Asia’s city of culture and creativity,” said Sophia Chong, HKTDC deputy executive director.

“This year, the HKTDC gathers a number of large-scale exhibitions in April, covering lifestyle products and licensing to strengthen cross-industry and cross-field cooperation, creating even greater synergy to the industries.

“Since Hong Kong returned to normality, the HKTDC has organised several large-scale trade fairs and forums. Both domestic and international exhibitors and buyers showed support by attending the events physically, which is very encouraging.

“This time, the six major exhibitions will attract over 3,800 exhibitors from 23 countries and regions, with 70 per cent being non-local exhibitors who will participate in person. More than 20 international licensing leaders will also join the Asian Licensing Conference.”