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Malaysia Bids to be ASEAN Corporate Gifts Creation and Production Hub

13 Oct 2017

With corporate gift-giving once again resurgent, exhibitors at this year's Malaysia Gifts Fair were confident that the country could carve a niche for itself at the very heart of this rapidly expandin...Read More

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Rapid Development of Asia’s Electronics Supply Chain

10 Oct 2017

Electronics is now the biggest single product category in Asian trade. From 2001 to 2016, the value of electronics exports from major Asia economies jumped from US$537.3 billion to US$1,758 billion. A...Read More

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Global Content Trumps Local Initiatives in African Gaming Sector

27 Sept 2017

With Kenya now set to become the world's fastest-growing market in the video-games sector, the potential of Africa is being reappraised by many in the digital entertainment industry, although local co...Read More

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UK Gift Industry Considers Export Options as Brexit Reality Hits Home

21 Sept 2017

For exhibitors at this year's Home & Gift Buyers' Festival, one of the UK's leading events in the gift and premiums sector, it was business as usual on the homefront, although many were clearly rethin...Read More

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Green Printing Set to Dominate the China Market

20 Sept 2017

Printers and copiers are essential equipment for homes as well as offices. Green printing is becoming the underlying trend in the mainland printer market as people have growing awareness of environmen...Read More

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Digital and Textile Hybrids Debut at Wide Format European Print Show

14 Sept 2017

New materials, fresh innovation and even novel ways to rapidly wrap an F1 race car were all on offer at this year's FESPA event, but it was the hybrid systems that united the best of competing technol...Read More

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Huge Market Potential for Air Purifiers in China

13 Sept 2017

In view of serious smog problems, China is paying increasing attention to air quality. Xiang Yong, a Sales Engineer with AAVI China, believes that as people have higher awareness of environmental prot...Read More

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Piggybacked Products and Range Diversity Loom Large at Design Tokyo

11 Sept 2017

Launching products that basked in the halo of established items or taking in-demand ranges into new directions were the key trends at this year's event, with companies only too aware of the need to be...Read More

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Global Production Strategy: Midea Group

7 Sept 2017

The intense competition facing the global home appliance market has prompted Midea Group to speed up its transformation and upgrade process. The Group has strengthened its scientific research and inno...Read More

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Precision Production Planning Based on Regional Supply Chain: Artesyn Technologies Asia-Pacific Limited

21 Aug 2017

Artesyn Technologies, which is engaged in the manufacturing of IT products and power supplies, has stepped up to upgrade its production plants in China, while reinforcing its R&D capability. The compa...Read More

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Online Retailers Look to Tackle Fraud Without Deterring Buyers

14 Aug 2017

The problem facing remote retailers is how to deliver secure, fraud-free transactions without imposing onerous security protocols likely to deter buyers, fortunately exhibitors at the recent Card Not ...Read More

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Overseas Firms Keen to Carve Out Share of Indonesian Manufacturing

31 July 2017

Driven by a surge in mobile-phone production and supportive government policies, Indonesia's burgeoning electronics manufacturing sector is proving something of an irresistible lure for many of the wo...Read More

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The Challenges Facing Hong Kong Start-ups: Access to Funding

31 July 2017

Lack of funding is a major constraint limiting the pool of potential entrepreneurs in Hong Kong. Start-ups find it hard to gain access to early stage capital as conventional venture capital firms and ...Read More

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Hong Kong Start-up Trends: Hard-core Technology

10 July 2017

In Hong Kong, there is an apparent rise in enthusiastic attempts in academia to commercialise scientific and technological research results. For instance, Oper Technology has developed an effective st...Read More

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Hong Kong Start-up Trends: The IoT and Wearables Sectors

30 June 2017

The buoyant Internet of Things (IoT) industry is creating unprecedented opportunities for Hong Kong. Geographically, Hong Kong is close to Shenzhen, a massive industrial centre and a cluster of electr...Read More

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Car Tech Proves Key Driver at Shanghai Consumer Electronics Event

23 June 2017

With a whole hall devoted to its latest manifestations, car tech was one of the star turns at this year's CES Asia event, although digital translation devices, drones and waterproof cameras also prove...Read More

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Slovakia: An Emerging Hub on the New Silk Road podcast

23 June 2017

As a transit hub in Central and Eastern Europe, Slovakia has become a magnet for export-oriented manufacturing industries. Both the public and private sectors are active in upgrading the country’s han...Read More

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Smarter and Greener: The Spring 2017 Hong Kong International Lighting Fair Survey

13 June 2017

Although the trend towards LED lighting has cooled slightly, new drivers have emerged to encourage the lighting industry to go greener and smarter. Lighting industry players believe the ban on selling...Read More

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China Set to be World's First Trillion-Dollar E-commerce Market by 2021

8 June 2017

Optimism was widespread at this year's eTail Asia event, with China, India and Indonesia singled out as particularly buoyant markets, while the growth of mobile payment services was seen as key to ope...Read More

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Robo-beer and the Internet of Terriers See CeBIT Keep its Quirkiness

7 June 2017

From digitally connected to dogs to high-tech home brewing, CeBIT remained reliably roguish, while still providing houseroom for more high-minded pursuits, such as inspection drones, electronic parkin...Read More

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