The SHOES & LEATHER – GUANGZHOU 2014 has again firmly established as a brand event of its kind in China. With its proven track record, the 2014 edition has recorded 991 exhibitors from 26 countries & regions participating in a total of 57,000 sqm exhibition spaces and attracted 35,160 visitors from local and international.
Crowned as the No. 1 and appraised as the most influential event of its kind in China and in Asia, SHOES & LEATHER – GUANGZHOU 2014 has marked a breaking record again with an overall enlargement of 11% in scale. The scale of tannery and shoe material section had increased by 7%. The growth of the footwear machinery both in exhibition sizes and number of exhibitors had also increased to the highest ever recorded by 20%.
Exhibitors have been impressed by the growing of the fair scale and the quality & quantity of visitors. They have rated their overall success positively of customer contacts and achieved the business potential. Visitors also claimed the success for sourcing their targeted products and have acquired the first-hand industrial information.
SHOES & LEATHER – GUANGZHOU is the world class event that offer countless business opportunity and is surely the most cost-effective means for boosting the sales potential. SHOES & LEATHER – GUANGZHOU 2015 will be rescheduled on 1-3 June 2015. It is a definite valuable chance to make a firm grasp in the China shoes & leather market.
HONG KONG INNOVATION PAVILION [BUD FUND]
Hong Kong Footwear Association has been successfully applied the Dedicated Fund on Branding, Upgrading and Domestic Sales(Organisation Support Programme) of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (the BUD Fund (Organisation Support Programme)). The project includes the establishment of the "Hong Kong Innovation Pavilion" featuring iconic products to promote the transformation and upgrading, development of domestic market, and to further showcase the capability of Hong Kong footwear industry in planning, design, materials innovation, advanced production systems meeting ever demanding international standards.