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Home > Exhibitor>Why Exhibit

Exhibitor Value Proposition

Meet f2f to build real relationships with more than 70,000 domestic buyers from gifts distributors, agents, premium houses, department stores, retailers and large corporate end users to other key players from the industry in four days. This is the opportunity each year to showcase and business matching with new and innovative products, understand latest industry trends and build brand awareness at the best China market-entry platform.

Held in Shenzhen, the business hub and gateway in Southern China with easy accessibility by air, railway, metro and sea. Also one of the Special Administrative Zone in China.


Why Shenzhen Gifts & Home Show

As the largest Gifts & Home trading event in China, organized by Reed Huabo Exhibitions, the show has been held successfully for 25 years, in spring and autumn every year. This must-attend show features more than 2,300 exhibitors bringing exciting, innovative and diverse products, which attracts over 150,000 visits at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center in 4 days exhibition period.


To ensure your maximum exposure to quality volume buyers worldwide, the organizer has designed a diverse marketing campaigns across multiple media channels, including mailing campaigns, telemarketing campaigns, match-making opportunities, advertisements, press coverage, road shows and online marketing programs. This will make the show to be the destination for the Gifts & Home buying industry.


Why China

With a population of 1.3 billion, China is the second largest economy and is increasingly playing an important and influential role in development and in the global economy. China has been the largest contributor to world growth since the global financial crisis of 2008. Meanwhile, the purchasing power of Chinese people is booming with the growing middle class.

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