Hong Kong’s Largest Fair A Prelude To Strong Exhibition Resumption In Q3

July 30, 2021


On the heels of Hong Kong topping the charts in The Economist’s ‘Global Normalcy Index’, the vibrancy in the city’s exhibition scene is demonstrating how Hong Kong continues cultivating business under the new normal — the Hong Kong Book Fair, the city’s largest annual fair, returned with fanfare this July with more than 830,000 visits recorded, about 85% of the pre-pandemic levels, all under a new standard of stringent hygiene and seamless operations.

Boosted by the momentum of the vibrant physical event scene in the second quarter, over 30 exhibitions have been scheduled in Q3, almost double the number of exhibitions in Q2. For more information on the type of events happening in Q2 and Q3, as well as updates on Hong Kong’s convention venues, please click here.

In this fast-changing environment, Asia’s world city continues to evolve to stay ahead by quickly adapting to new norms, and redefining the events industry for the future.

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