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GUANGZHOU, China, Oct. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- On Oct. 27th, the 28th Jinhan Fair for Home & Gifts, organized by Guangzhou Poly Jinhan Exhibition Co., Ltd., concluded successfully in Guangzhou Poly World Trade Center. More than 700 exhibitors attended this fair, including China industry leading brands such as Fujian Minhou Minxing, Quanzhou Nanyang, Shenzhen D'Sily, Zhejiang Neeo, and Shanghai Sincere. The Fair covered 81,000 square meters and attracted more than 50,000 buyers from 160 countries and regions during its 7 days' exhibition, 57% of buyers from U.S. and Europe. Retail giants such as Hobby Lobby and Pier 1 Imports (U.S.), Kingfisher and Sainsbury's (U.K.), Gilde Handwerk Macrander (Germany), and Falabella (Argentina) have always made Jinhan Fair the first stop of their China sourcing trip.
This Autumn Fair took place in the peak purchase season for overseas holiday gifts and decorations buyers. Tens of thousands of Christmas decorations, home products made of iron, cloth and resin have adopted the latest trendy colors like gold and silver to present a miraculous golden Christmas. Lighting fixtures, glassware, kitchenware and tableware, mosquito repellent candles and other multi-functional products with good designs were also very popular in the Fair.
Statistics show, 86% of buyers believed Jinhan Fair is irreplaceable in their sourcing plan and 97% confirmed their participation in next session. Coach House, the British renowned buyer is among Jinhan Fair's loyal buyers. Director Ms. Diane Bouinsdon said, "80% of our purchase comes from China. We have very important suppliers in Guangdong and Shanghai. Jinhan Fair is our inevitable purchase base." Mr. Barry Marks, Managing Director of Style Setter, a gifts distributor located in Sydney said, "I believe the biggest feature of the Fair lies in its innovation. I can find many brand new products every time I am here."
Jinhan Fair has been held successfully in Guangzhou for 28 sessions, in spring and autumn yearly. It is an export trade platform next to the Canton Fair in China, focused more on the professional sector of home & gifts, and also China's only UFI-approved export trading fair of home & gifts. The 29th Jinhan Fair for Home & Gifts will be staged from April 21st to 27th in Poly World Trade Center, Guangzhou, China. It is a brand new purchase fiesta for 2014 home products and gifts.
Marketing Dept. Claire Guo