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Hong Kong's coming exhibitions on home products

by Leona Liu on Apr 21, 2016 in Lifestyle
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Organised by HKTDC, Hong Kong is about to welcome four fairs on the home, including Housewares, Home Textiles & Furnishings, Gifts & Premium and Printing & Packaging

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HKCEC will house the Hong Kong Houseware Fair and the Hong Kong International Home Textiles and Furnishings Fair that take place from 20 to 23 April, and the Hong Kong Gifts & Premium Fair from 27 to 30,  while the Hong Kong International Printing & Packaging Fair will be held from 27 to 30 April at the AsiaWorld-Expo.

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The four fairs will all feature special premium zones to facilitate sourcing activities. In the Houseware Fair, the Hall of Elegance will gather renowned local and international brands, including the local kitchenware and kitchen appliances brand Kinox and Metier Atelier as well as Jia, with its Chinese-style designs, and the Japanese brand Like-it with its household solutions that are both fun and practical. The Hall of Fine Designs in the Gifts & Premium Fair will feature more than 130 famous gift brands such as B.Duck, Green & Associates, Hugo Boss, Moleskine, Nu Design and PO: Selected, while the Avenue of Inspiration will display innovative products from start-ups.

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Dedicated zones for green products will be featured at the four fairs. They are the Green Living zone in the Houseware Fair, Green Gifts and the new BYOB (Bring Your Own Bag) zone in the Gifts & Premium Fair and Green Printing & Packaging Solutions in the Printing & Packaging Fair. All green products are strategically arranged to facilitate sourcing. Meanwhile, the positioning of the Bath, Beauty & Healthcare zone in the Houseware Fair and the Beauty, Health & Wellness zone in the Gifts & Premium Fair enables buyers to easily locate healthcare and wellness products.

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