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Exhibitors Spurn Luxury Label at Upbeat Tokyo Interior Design Event

14 Feb 2018

With Japan emerging from its economic hibernation, there was an air of optimism at IFFT / Interior Lifestyle Living Tokyo. Few exhibitors, though, dared embrace the luxury label, lest wary buyers saw ...Read More


Millennial Mugs, Vegan Bags and Premium Products Top the PPAI Bill

8 Feb 2018

Las Vegas-hosted Promotional Products Association International Expo captures an industry in reassuringly fine fettle, with traditional items and digital discoveries all being rolled out to boost the ...Read More


Space-Age Seats and Retro Recliners Jostle for Buyers at 100% Design

23 Jan 2018

Blending 21st century innovations with the very best in reinvented, reupholstered past classics, the London edition of 100% Design was the place to be for chairs beyond compare, top tables and the lat...Read More


China’s Green Shoppers: Purchasing Behaviour

11 Jan 2018

The demand for green products among mainland consumers has been rising in recent years. According to a series of focus group discussions, while more consumers are turning to online sources for the inf...Read More


China’s Green Shoppers: Preferences and Satisfaction Levels podcast

4 Jan 2018

Consumer focus group discussions conducted by HKTDC Research show that mainland consumers’ consumption of all kinds of eco-friendly products is growing. The green items they buy most frequently are fo...Read More


Russians Shop Earlier and Earlier for their Unusually Late Christmas

2 Jan 2018

Although Christmas doesn't come to Russia until 7 January, many consumers now begin gift-buying in early November....Read More


China’s Green Shoppers: Attitudes and Beliefs podcast

21 Dec 2017

As China’s living standards have improved and awareness of issues such as pollution and food safety has grown, Chinese consumers have become more environmentally conscious and more willing to buy gree...Read More


Baby and Child Products in China: Furniture Purchase Patterns and Preferences

13 Dec 2017

According to HKTDC survey, mainland parents spend an average of RMB2,747 a year on baby and child furniture. Department stores and hypermarkets are the most common shopping channels. “Conformity to sa...Read More


Baby and Child Products in China: Feeding Utensils Purchase Patterns and Preferences

6 Dec 2017

According to HKTDC survey, mainland parents spend RMB263 a month on feeding utensils on average. Hypermarkets and chain-operated maternity and baby stores are the most common shopping channels for fee...Read More


Brighter Light at Home: The Autumn 2017 Hong Kong International Lighting Fair Survey

17 Nov 2017

The lighting market remains promising in 2018, according to the HKTDC survey conducted at the HKTDC International Lighting Fair 2017 (Autumn Edition) and the Hong Kong International Outdoor and Tech L...Read More


Restlessness and Fear for the Future Weigh Heavy on Tokyo Gift Show

2 Nov 2017

Held just weeks before the announcements of Japan's snap general election, this year's Tokyo International Gift Show saw exhibitors fear for their future prosperity, while also being largely unwilling...Read More


Predicted Annual Growth of 59.6% Boosts Mainland Smart Home Sector

1 Nov 2017

With many of China's youthful tech-savvy consumers set to be early adopters of smart-home technology, the mainland is tipped to be one of the fastest-growing markets for the array of intelligent resid...Read More


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


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


High-tech Gifts and Low-tech Sanctuaries Vie for Attention at Decorex

20 Sept 2017

The Cape Town iteration of South Africa's leading design and lifestyle expo saw cutting-edge smart home technology competing with digital-free designer retreats for the attention and purchase orders o...Read More


India: Furniture Sector Opportunities Soar as Demand Exceeds Supply

19 Sept 2017

With its furniture market set to be worth $27 billion by 2022, exporters are waking up to India's huge potential....Read More


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


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


Domestic Sector Rallies as Mainland Notebook Sales Continue to Soar

6 Sept 2017

A trend originally imported from Japan, mainland notebook sales now merit a dedicated zone at the Beijing International Stationery Exhibition, an expo that saw several domestic suppliers bidding to ta...Read More


Recovering Russia Sees Opportunities in Dacha DIY and Garden Care

21 Aug 2017

With the DIY sector the first to stabilise post-sanctions, Hong Kong companies should engage with the regional chains....Read More

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