Mumbai, Jun 23: Around 120 Indian exhibitors will be participating for Hong Kong Trade Development Council fair organised in Hong Kong during July.
The trade fair is divided in two sections: the summer sourcing show for gifts, houseware and toys that is scheduled between July 2 and 5, and the fashion fair, which is to be held from July 8 to 11.
While speaking to reporters today about the Trade Fair, Billy Shrikent CEO of Exhibitions India Group who are taking the delegates and the exhibitors to Hong Kong said, ''The total business at the fair is around 100 billion USD and is seeing a steady growth over the years.'' Mr Shrikent pointed out that the number of Indian exhibitors are also increasing as they are getting a good response from the foreign traders.
''The bilateral trade between India and Hong Kong in one year is around 12 Billion USD, and import is more than export,'' Mr Shrikent said. The fashion show in Hong Kong will also witness many Indian fashion designers participating in the fair, who want to make a mark in the international scenario.
Hong Kong is slowly emerging as the business hub in the East as approximately 40 trade fairs are held in a year and more than 6,000 Indian exhibitors participate in it.