The event will feature 2,428 brands from 1,751 exhibitors across 166,680 square meters (+21% year-on-year) of exhibition space. A number of world-known brands have already confirmed participation including Babybubbles, Britax, CAM, Chicco, Cybex, Design Skin, Dr. Brown's, Fiona's Prince, Friso, Goo.N, Hallmark Babies, iCandy, Johnson's Baby, Joie, Karicare, Kiddy, les enphant, Mattel, Maxi-Cosi, Micro, NUBY, NUK, OXO,
"Tens of thousands of buyers make CBME China a regular stop on their sourcing calendar as they recognize the purchase efficiency gained by meeting qualified suppliers with quality products that is available at CBME China. More and more suppliers also launch their latest products at CBME China. This is where they can find the latest trends affecting the industry," saysAthena Gong,
"We have also seen an increase in the number of new exhibitors and brands in 2014. This year, we are also launching Cool Kids Fashion. Other activities include Trend Forums, Kids Fashion Shows,
Specialized Zones and Pavilions to showcase the latest and best in the industry
With the increase in exhibition scale, CBME China is carefully categorized into themed areas to make sourcing easier for buyers. These are: International Pavilions; Licensing Zone; Maternity and Baby Care Products; Baby Carriages,
New to CBME China 2014 is the OEM/ODM Pavilions. Brand owners and buyers can now find reliable manufacturers and good quality products made to their specifications at CBME China.
Ms. Gong further comments: "CBME China has always focused on domestic and international brands. As the industry grows, we see a demand for OEM/ODM suppliers.China is always an ideal place to find good quality products and manufacturers for tailor-made designs. Thus, for 2014, we expanded the coverage of CBME China to include OEM/ODM companies. With the addition of
Another highlight for 2014 is the
International Pavilions at CBME China grew again as more brands from
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Focusing on content that matters to the industry
Visitors and exhibitors attending CBME China will not only find new business partners and find thousands of children, baby and maternity products, they will also get an inside look at what's happening in the industry.
CBME China's conference program aims to brand owners and buyers on conduct more efficient trade in the industry. The program provides a comprehensive source of information onChina's supply chain and will feature a broad range of hot topics from retail store management and operations to emerging market trends.
The Children Baby Maternity Products Industry Summit will give attendees an overview ofChina's children, baby and maternity products market, and educate them on how to grow their business in the region. The whole-day summit will cover topics including industry survey reports, industry trends and analysis, e-commerce development, retail store management and more.
Other Industry Seminars during CBME China 2014 include presentations from government representatives to discuss the latest guidelines and laws covering milk importation, social media marketing, retail store development strategy and many more.
Value-added services to enhance buyer experience and facilitate trade
To help buyers and exhibitors meet and do business more effectively, CBME China is organizing a series of special services. These include:
* Private Buyer Meetings to help buyers meet one-on-one with top suppliers to specify their sourcing requirements, product specification and close deals. The leading chain stores for children baby and maternity products inChina like Leyou Babies to Kids, MSH's Pregnant Women & Baby,Baby Bear, the leading Chinese online retailers like Yihaodian and
CBME China is a perfect business platform for children, baby and maternity product buyers, retailers, manufacturers, distributors and suppliers to meet and do business in one venue.
CBME China 2014 will take place from
For press enquiries, please contact: Louise Kathryn YuMarketing DirectorChildren, Baby, Maternity Industry Expo (CBME) Tel: +email@example.com
SOURCE UBM Asia
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