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Mega Macao to be staged at the Venetian
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Apr '08
From Monday April 21 to Wednesday April 23th, Macao will again play host to the international gift, premiums, houseware and toy industries, as global trade buyers head to the Venetian Convention and Exhibition Center for MEGA MACAO.

Over 1500 well- known manufacturers and companies new to showing at the major trade fairs, that take place every April and October in Southern China, will present their new ranges and products to buyers looking for the high volume, low cost goods at which Asian companies excel.

Companies from China, Hong Kong, Indonesia Pakistan, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam will all be represented, many of which will not be showing at other major trade fairs, making the fair an event not to be missed for international buyers looking to source, select and compare merchandise available only from Asia.

Kenfair International, a veteran Hong Kong based organiser , has been involved in organising trade fairs for these important industries for over 17 years and has built a considerable reputation in delivering quality buyers for its customers. Over 8,789 qualified buyers from the well established USA and Europe attended the last fair in October 2007.

The fair is conveniently timed to complement the Canton Fair in Guangzhou and the Hong Kong based trade fairs, and offers a new location in close proximity to the Pearl River Delta region and the additional sourcing opportunity with minimal travel time and easy connection by ferry and bus to other fairs.

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