Electronics Fair Discovers the Next Innovations

The Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) which closed yesterday (April 16), together with the concurrent InnoEX, let more than 1,300 exhibitors put their gadgets on stage. Remarkably, the tech fairs attracted approximately 88,000 buyers from 139 countries and regions, showcasing Hong Kong’s advantages in its quest to become an international innovation and technology (I&T) centre.

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Fairground Snapshots

Overseas Buyers Flock to Electronics Fair for Home Solutions

During the Fair, NewsBites talked to several exhibitors who have already been using our Sourcing platform and very keen to promote their signature products, one of which is Truly Electronics Manufacturing Limited featuring home appliances ranging from electronic toothbrushes to calculators. Their Sales Manager Ms. Olivia Lo felt this Fair drew much more traffic than previously, and substantial portion was from overseas.

The company met with some quality new European buyers, as well as Japanese and Brazilian buyers at the Fair who would like to purchase facial care products and scrubbers. They also came across some Hong Kong customers via Sourcing and made successful deals.

Truly Electronics sells popular series of power brushes and scrubbers.
Various power brushes with different usage.

New Customers Brought from Online to Offline

Another exhibitor that we spoke with was Quair Company Limited that sells mainly air purifiers, humidifiers and steamers. According to their Co-Founder Mr. Thomas Hui, their products are designed locally in Hong Kong and unique in the market. Featuring both cooler and warmer in one, the products will enter sleep mode without interrupting user experience.

This is the second time the company participated in the Electronics Fair, and they are highly satisfied with the fair traffic which helped connecting with a significant number of new potential clients from Russia, the EU, UK and the US. Thomas is optimistic about the Electronics industry outlook, where customers want affordable, preferably low-priced, products in good shape and quality.

Leveraging the Sourcing platform and Click2Match, they received enquiries from an online buyer who then visited their fair booth physically. They also saw visitors scanning the QR code of Scan2Match to connect further.

Quair names its company after its portfolio of air purifiers.
Ultrasonic aroma diffusers are popular among customers.

Diverse Business Opportunities On Fairground and Click2Match

Lastly, Profit Charm Star Electrical Appliances Limited which sells a variety of blenders and electronic toys and gifts originally designed in Hong Kong. The company’s CEO Mr. Joe Wong believed the Fair traffic was much better than expected, and the company connected with some American, European and Japanese buyers at the Fair. They are researching the electronics market with ongoing creativity and new initiatives to retain and attract customers.

Making use of Sourcing and Click2Match, they secured businesses with Malaysian, German and Italian customers with an average deal amounting to USD3,000 – USD5,000.

Profit Charm Star sells cute mini-appliances such as blenders and vacuum cleaners.
Mini electric fans that are both fun-looking and energy saving.

All the above exhibitors have already been using Sourcing platform to market their electrical appliances at an affordable price. It is a great way to reach out to international buyers to maximize business advantages.

After the Fair, you can continue exploring different smart solutions via EXHIBITION+. It comprises four key exhibition elements, including the physical fair, the smart business-matching platform Click2Match, online-to-offline seminars under the Intelligence Hub and the Sourcing platform, extending face-to-face interactions from physical exhibitions to an online smart business-matching platform to help enterprises connect with business partners proactively.