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ISPO Shanghai 2016 witnesses 32% jump in exhibitors
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The recently held ISPO Shanghai 2016 trade show, which hosted 470 exhibiting companies witnessed a 32 per cent year on year jump in the number of exhibitors.

“A much frequented accompanying programs featuring innovations and trends rounded off the three trade-show days, visited by 14,593 visitors,” the organiser said.

Information on investment opportunities in the international sports business was provided at the China Sports Industry Innovation & Investment Forum.

While, the China Sports Media Forum was dedicated to the challenges and opportunities, entailed by new media and technologies.

The Sports Digital Workshop, at which everything revolved around wearables and the associated potentials, that is expected to open up for the sports industry, also attracted high numbers of attendees.

For two days, the Market Introduction program showed how international companies can successfully manage to enter the Chinese market.

For the first time, the ISPO Textrends platform presented the future 2018 spring and summer trends, complementing the autumn and winter trends of ISPO Munich.

At ISPO Open Demo Day, media representatives, dealers and visitors tested the latest sports products from the areas of water sports and running, skating and outdoor even before the trade show opened its gates.

At the trade show, all those interested could try out kayaking, canoeing or stand-up paddling (SUP) in a 200 square metres large indoor pool at the Paddling & Watersports Village. (AR)

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