Registration is now open for trade visitors wishing to attend the Taipei Cycle Show, taking place 4-7 March 2020.
Last year’s show attracted 1,409 exhibitors and used 4,720 booths, providing a one-stop shopping platform for all-round sports goods in Asia. Exceeding the previous year’s attendance by 4.65%, the show was visited by over 11,000 international buyers according to TAITRA’s figures, with a total of 17,023 visitors attending the show.
2020 will see a 17% increase in floor space to fulfil growing demand from exhibitors, alongside an added focus on apparel and a dedicated section for accessories and components.
The Taiwanese e-Bike industry will also be represented at the show after seeing an export growth of 131% in the first three quarters of 2019. For more export stats on Taiwan’s bike industry, take a look through the latest edition of the CI.N trade journal.
The Tour de Taiwan will be held 1-5 March 2020, making Taipei Cycle the only trade show in the world to be held alongside a UCI event, according to the show organisers.
Taipei Cycle Show has been attending seminars across Europe, North America and Asia to increase and share knowledge around both the show and the Taiwanese bicycle industry generally, in the lead up to the event next year.