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HKTDC Hong Kong baby products fair 2014 will parallel the HKTDC Hong at the toy fair from 6 to 9 January 2014 Kong baby Products fair held, also in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). The HKTDC over 400 exhibitors expected to the fifth round, including new exhibitors from Sweden, the Philippines and New Zealand. “The baby fair 2013 almost 420 exhibitors from 27 countries presented all babies and toddlers in the first four years of life need (see interesting product innovations), ranging from cribs, toys and clothing care products for mother and child up to the fire name Gallery” with branded products. The attendance figures show that opens the exhibition concept,: more than 25,000 buyers from 113 countries used the fair as a sourcing platform. “So the areas newly furnished in 2013 baby fashion remain Avenue in the coming year” with trendy baby clothes, shoes and accessories as well as the world of strollers and gear zone “for baby apparel and baby strollers get (see floor plan).

New focus: “Baby Food and Healthcare Products” the demand grows for food and healthcare products for babies This trend according to the organiser establish a new area of 2014 for “Baby Food and Healthcare Products”. Parents in Asia are increasingly sensitive in relation to children’s diets and the composition of food products. Also an investigation by ReportLinker, after which the market 2016 should be world’s 47 billion USD confirmed the good business prospects for this industry. Seminars to other industry trends, product demonstrations and the competition of Hong Kong Toys & baby products award, which selects the most innovative, most creative and most environmentally friendly baby and kids products, complete the Hong Kong baby and toy fair. Parallel to the toy and baby-show open the HKTDC Hong Kong International Licensing show (6-8 January 2014) with hundreds of licensed products and HKTDC Hong Kong Stationery organized in cooperation with Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd fair (6.-9 January 2014), to the approximately 230 exhibitors are expected, their goals.

I wanted a new event format and found. The highly interactive atmosphere of MICE Club has provided a very good opportunity me a supplier, to present our products in a charming way. To do this, I appreciate personal rail transport, where the participants have met. The sophisticated communication tools promote the conversations which I could make an above average number of qualified contacts”, stressed about Karina Grutzner, business development manager of the Convention Bureau in Stuttgart. From branding to slow down the content of MICE Club offered a high-profile program. “Highlights were among the keynote to the art of the brand positioning of Rolf Gruber and the Themencloud to slow down by Willem Stortelder, co founder of the communication think-tanks 21 LOB ster Street”. Mike van the Vijver excelled as a moderator. The Dutch coach and author of the best-selling book into the heart of meetings”conducted the participants relaxed and motivating the two days.

Technically the media partner Urs Seiler, editor in Chief of the Swiss magazine EXPODATA, and Hans Jurgen Heinrich, editor-in-Chief of the German magazine were him events to the page. Jurgen Metzler, Director of the Agency (f) acts events from Austria, praised the inspiring mix: I appreciate that the MICE Club has put an event on the legs that worked so well.Ranging from the open and forward-looking meeting design about the interesting speakers from the Netherlands and of Switzerland, which have very good impetus for the networking, to the aussergewohnlichenLocations. Also the appropriate moderation by Mike van the Vijver was very inspiring. Overall, an Exchange with peers on par instead found here. “I can only say: hats off!” Change of location and MICE Labs instead of frontal staging of the new event format is based on the extraordinary meeting design penned by Oliver malate: it it not only communicatively to enable the participants, but a hybrid structure came to us create, which allows us to retrieve the individual interests of participants on site and immediately to integrate”, the Creative Director, explains the the MICE Club? partial shoulder to shoulder with Mike van the Vijver? conceptually implemented.