Two exhibit areas added to Taiwan’s one and only Gift Show (April 18-21, 2019) Taiwan's one and only international gift and stationery show, namely "Taipei International Gift & Stationery Show (Giftionery Taipei)", will be held from April 18 to 21, 2019 at the Taipei World Trade Center Hall 1. Catering to the market trend, two new exhibit areas, "trendy eyewear" and "pet gifts" will be added next year. A total of 520 exhibitors using nearly 620 booths will be expected to showcase finest products with innovative features and cutting-edge designs.
Along with new talents, brand licensing, gifts and several exhibit areas, Giftionery Taipei will attract more rising startups, design products, DIY items, and innovative goods. Featured by six activities and four major themes, the exhibition showcases a full scale supply chain in the industry. Major activities include seminars, voting for popular products, presentations of popular products, and one-on-one procurement meetings for professionals.
Last event in 2018, exhibitors from China, United States, Nepal, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Belize demonstrated their own unique and exotic crafts. Japan even organized the biggest national pavilion ever at the show. Other national pavilions were from China, Nepal, and Latin America. In addition, a variety of simple and smart-living home decorations was on display with special local features.
Through its 61 branches worldwide, the show organizer TAITRA invited to this annual show many distributors and wholesalers from Canada, Brazil, Romania, the United Arab Emirates, Dominican Republic, South Korea, and the United States. This show shall help the exhibitors to grasp business opportunities from around the world and create substantial benefits. The interested one may apply for the booth starting from September 28, 2018.
For the latest information, please visit www.giftionery.net.
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