Friday, April 24, 2015

1,900+ booths at Global Sources’ second phase electronics show

News this week: Earlier this week, Global Sources held the second phase of its spring electronics show featuring more than 1,900 booths focused on mobile electronics. The show ran from 18th to 21st April at the AsiaWorld-Expo (AWE). Exhibitor product categories covered smartphones, tablets, drones, wearables and accessories.

The two phases of Global Sources Electronics combined featured a total of 5,500-plus exhibitor booths, and is reportedly the world’s largest electronics sourcing trade show. Global Sources hosted several dedicated product zones during the second phase this week including the robotics experience zone, drones experience zone, wearable experience zone, brand zone, as well as a specialised area for mobile accessories with more than 1,100 booths.

Tommy Wong, president of Global Sources Electronics Group, said, “Over the past 10 years hosting our events in Hong Kong, we have focused on attracting quality-focused, innovative electronics suppliers from China and across Asia. Our electronics show has gained a reputation as a place to discover the most cutting-edge electronics products coming out of the region. This, in turn, has attracted the world's top buyers to attend our events.”

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