HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition)
This event offers visitors a chance to mix with movers and shakers in the world’s leading industry hot spot.
19 February 2019
WHAT: The fair is divided into zones for easy sourcing. The Hall of Fame hosts more than 600 acclaimed brand names. In 2018, the Startup Zone featured 110 tech start-ups from both the Electronics Fair and concurrent ICT Expo, taking part in pitching and matchmaking sessions, insightful sharing, networking events and product launches designed to help young entrepreneurs connect with investors, journalists, buyers and manufacturers. The Tech Hall is a fascinating display of electronics and modern lifestyle products with five dedicated zones including Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality, Robotics and Unmanned Tech, Connected Home, e-Health & Wearables and the debuting AI & Voice Recognition zone. Other exhibit categories include 3D Printing, Automotive and In-Vehicle Electronics, Connected Home, Healthcare Electronics, Personal Electronics and many more.
|Fair Date||Opening Hours||Registration Hours|
|13-15 April (Sat-Mon)||9:30am-6:30pm||9am-6pm|
|16 April (Tue)||9:30am-5:00pm||9am-3:30pm|
Trade visitors only. Those under 18 will not be admitted.
Admission fee is HK$100 per person
WHO: Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC)
WHY: This world-class display of cutting-edge tech products returns to offer a chance to establish lasting connections. Exhibitors and visitors can switch on their business networks at one-on-one buyers’ meetings, networking events, trend seminars and the Tech Trends Symposium. Exhibitors can attend a press conference, give product demos and launch pads, and attend a media breakfast meeting.
The 2018 event drew 2,940 exhibitors, 65,870 visitors and covered an area of 61,300 square metres. Of the 2018 visitors, 44% came from Asia outside Hong Kong, 40% from Hong Kong, 7.7% from Europe, 3.3% from North America, 2.1% from Latin America, 1.4% from the Middle East, 1% from Australia and the Pacific Islands, and 0.5% from Africa.
The HKTDC will host several related fairs later in April, giving further reason to visit.
The Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Spring Edition) on 6-9 April.
The HKTDC International ICT Expo on 13-16 April.
The HKTDC Hong Kong International Home Textiles and Furnishings Fair and HKTDC Hong Kong Houseware Fair on 20-23 April.
The HKTDC Hong Kong Gifts & Premium Fair and Hong Kong International Printing & Packaging Fair on 27-30 April.
WHERE: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
AND YOU CAN QUOTE ME: “The event provides a good opportunity for us to arouse media awareness and to increase media exposure. We are also excited to have met with a representative from Amazon Europe who is going to launch our product in the European market. We have also talked to potential distributors from Australia, Canada and New Zealand.” Serena Pau, CEO, Groking Lab Limited, Hong Kong (Start-up exhibitor)
FAIR WEBSITE: The HKTDC Electronics Fair (Spring Edition)
- Electronics & Electrical Appliances
- Hong Kong