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Children Baby Maternity Industry Expo begins from July 17
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Jul '13
The 13th Shanghai International Children Baby Maternity Industry Expo (CBME China) will welcome local and international suppliers to showcase their latest products on July 17-19, 2013 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre.

The event will feature 2,105 brands from 1,454 exhibitors across 138,000 square meters of exhibition space. 

"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 qualified products that is available at CBME China," says Athena Gong, General Manager, CBME.

“More and more suppliers also launch their latest products at CBME China. We have also seen an increase in number of new exhibitors and brands in 2013.”

A number of world-known brands have already confirmed participation including 4 MOMS, Babycoccole, Barcarola, Britax, BBC, CAM, Combi, Chicco, Cybex, Disney, F.S. Baby, Joovy, Kiddy, Karicare, Mayoral, Mustela, Nike Kids, Nuby, NUK, Nuna, Ok Baby, PALI, Piccoletas, Pigeon, Phillips Avent, Quinny, Silver Cross, STOKKE, Trasluz, Wyeth and more, covering a range of children baby maternity products from healthcare products to food, strollers and toys, clothing and accessories and services.

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, Car Seats and Furniture; Food and Health Care Products; Toys, Educational Products and Souvenirs; Children, Baby and Teenager Clothing, Footwear and Accessories; Maternity Clothing, Underwear and Accessories; Service Organizations and Industry Exhibitions

One of the event’s highlights is International Pavilions, where international brands from Australia, Korea, New Zealand, United States, Spain, Taiwan and other countries are presenting products covering a range of children baby maternity products from healthcare products to food, strollers and toys, clothing and accessories and services.

The Licensing Zone is where licensees can find new properties and brands and initiate licensing deals. Whether looking to spot trends, building strategic partnerships, securing promotional tie-ins or taking property worldwide - this is where it all happens.

At the Innovative Products Awards Gallery, visitors can see first-hand the latest product innovations in the industry. Originally conceived to encourage independent research and development on safer quality products for mothers and babies, the CBME Innovative Product Awards continues the tradition by providing a platform for inspiring innovative products meeting the highest industry standards.

New to CBME China is 1,000sqm 4-Love Outdoor Gallery. Here, visitors can find latest collections in fashion, toys, and other maternity, children and baby products against the backdrop of four seasons -- spring, winter, summer and fall.


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