News | Online and offline


Plans in hand for the Taiwan Hardware Show 2021

The Taiwan Hardware Show was the only hardware event staged worldwide in 2020.

The Taiwan Hardware Show was the only hardware event staged worldwide in 2020.

The integration of online and offline event practised back in autumn 2020 will continue at this year's Taiwan Hardware Show to create a virtual and physical event. The concept was widely acclaimed by exhibitors and visitors in 2020, according to fair organiser Kaigo, which has announced an online purchasing fair, exhibitor boutique zone and industry leadership forum. This year's edition of the Taiwan Hardware Show is set to run from 13 to 15 October 2021 and will once again take place at the Taichung International Exhibition Center.

The Taiwan Hardware Show was the only hardware event staged worldwide in 2020. It was held alongside International Metal Technology Taiwan (iMT Taiwan); together, they attracted over 400 exhibitors and 23 000 visitors.

The advent of Covid-19 vaccines has mitigated the pandemic, and the ban on international business travellers is expected to be lifted in the second half of the year, according to Kaigo. The fair organiser has begun to assist foreign business travellers in coming to Taiwan, and to plan a one-stop service for exhibition viewing, purchasing and factory visits. Kaigo has also been working on integrating online exhibitions as well as complementary measures to ensure an efficient trade fair experience.

Over 250 businesses from last year's show have signed up for 2021. This year, the Taiwan Hardware Show once again joins hands with iMT Taiwan during the same show period, as well as curating the exhibition with Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association for the first time.

|29 March 2021 | 12:16


Post a comment

* Please complete the areas marked in red correctly and in full!.

(will not be published)

* obligatory fields

Latest news

Congratulations go out to John Herbert from around the world on his 80th birthday

Congratulations to John Herbert, literally from all over the world: the general secretary of the international DIY trade association Edra/Ghin View news...

Wickes achieves sales growth of nearly 20 per cent in the first quarter

The British DIY chain Wickes realised sales growth of 18.9 per cent in the first quarter of 2021. Like-for-like sales grew by 19.7 per cent, whilst View news...

German associations warn of rising prices in DIY and garden sector

The accident involving the containership "Ever Given" and the associated blockade of the Suez Canal have exacerbated a development that View news...

Late sales pickup fail to lift Wilcon’s 2020 take

A belated pickup in sales failed to lift Wilcon Depot's financial results in a year characterized by constraints in public mobility and a pandemic. View news...