Paperworld China makes a triumphant return with 28,906 visitors
The industry’s anticipation for Paperworld China’s return has been met with an enthusiastic response, as evidenced by a strong visitor turnout and high praise from participants. The three-day show attracted 28,906 visitors. Spanning 17,000 square meters of exhibition space, the show featured more than 316 exhibitors from 11 countries and regions. The positive sentiment also extended to the show’s relocation to the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center from 17 – 19 November 2023, where Paperworld China significantly amplified its end-consumer engagement through the introduction of B2C elements.
Paperworld China kicks off this Friday as industry players reunite for face-to-face business
Over 300 exhibitors are set to showcase a wide spectrum of stationery, office supplies as well as personalised, cultural and trendy products at this week’s Paperworld China, which takes place at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center. From 17 – 19 November 2023, the show will offer global buyers a well-rounded sourcing experience and an efficient platform for national and international business. A dynamic series of industry activities, insightful seminars and engaging discussions will be held concurrently to enrich participants’ experiences.
Trendy stationery and stylish personal items to join November’s Paperworld China
Returning with a wider product scope and at a new venue, Paperworld China has confirmed its homecoming from 17– 19 November 2023 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center. Alongside the latest innovations in the stationery market, a revamped look for the 2023 show will help participants ride on a new wave of interest in trendy products for the cultural, hobby, speciality, and gift categories. With this improved positioning, more than 300 well-known local and overseas exhibitors are expected to showcase their latest designs across an exhibition space of 18,000 sqm.
Paperworld China postponed due to public health concerns
To support pandemic containment measures in Shanghai, the 17th edition of Paperworld China, formerly scheduled to take place from 12 – 14 May 2022, has been deferred. The rearranged dates will be announced at the earliest opportunity by the fair’s organisers Messe Frankfurt and the China Stationery and Sporting Goods Association.
Paperworld China introduces new “Guochao” theme for 2022
Paperworld China will once again draw a large contingent of top-tier Chinese brands for its 2022 edition. Scheduled from 12 – 14 May at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai), the fair sees the introduction of a new theme named “Guochao” (Chinese trend) which is poised to create even more business opportunities for both exhibitors and visitors.
Paperworld China 2021 deferred to allow exhibitors to concentrate resources on the 2022 edition
Paperworld China 2021 will be integrated into its 2022 edition which will take place from 12 – 14 May, due to the evolving pandemic situation in China in recent months. The integration of the two editions is to ensure a safe trade fair and to align with the local government’s prevention and control measures. The move will also allow participants to channel their resources more effectively.
Leading Chinese brands confirm participation at Paperworld China
Paperworld China is synonymous with vast business opportunities and new industry trends. More than 300 companies including some renowned industry brands have already signed up for the upcoming 2021 edition, with an eye to scale up their presence in the Chinese market. Meanwhile, the show’s newly introduced online channels will allow exhibitors to reach a much larger audience, and the prestigious BSOC Awards will enjoy wider industry engagement, with the winning products set to benefit from more extensive marketing exposure.
Leading Chinese brands confirm participation at Paperworld China
Paperworld China, one of the leading trade fairs in Asia for stationery, office supplies and hobby, arts and crafts supplies, will once again be fueled by strong participation from Chinese industry heavyweights. The 2021 show is set to take place from 15 – 17 October at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai).
Participants praise Paperworld China as a rewarding destination for more than just business
After three productive days, Paperworld China came to a close on a positive note after 12,857 visitors came to source from a total of 334 exhibitors in Hall 3 of the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai). Both exhibitors and visitors applauded the show for offering vast business opportunities and reconnecting the industry.
Paperworld China brings key industry players together
Around 400 exhibitors at Paperworld China are all set to welcome trade buyers and stationery professionals from 19 – 21 November 2020. Visitors will source the latest products ranging from stationery and office supplies, to hobby, arts and crafts supply items at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai).
Paperworld China’s charity trip to Liaoning
The organisers of Paperworld China, Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co Ltd and the China Stationery and Sporting Goods Association (CSSGA) will join hands with a number of exhibitors to visit Huludao, a coastal city in Southwestern Liaoning province to deliver their love and care. A charity event named "Little paintbrush, big dreams” will be held on 2 November 2020. Together with the Huludao Tourism Ambassador and the Xingcheng Love Ambassador, underprivileged children of Liaoning Hope Primary School and children with autism from Liaoning province will draw beautiful scenery paintings together by the spectacular mountains and sea. On the same day, the organisers will conduct a donation ceremony at the Autistic Children's Centre in Xingcheng.
Renowned Chinese and overseas brands confirmed participation in Paperworld China
The new industry tie of Paperworld China and the China Stationery and Sporting Goods Association (CSSGA) has helped to attract leading Chinese exhibitors, while local representatives of overseas brands are also lining up. Following a difficult first half of the year, the industry is looking forward to Paperworld China, where they can meet clients face-to-face and stimulate their businesses. Many of the industry’s key brands have confirmed their participation at the show which will be held from 19 – 21 November 2020 at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai).
New partner joins Paperworld China 2020 to form a strong industry alliance
The China Stationery and Sporting Goods Association (CSSGA) will join hands with Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co Ltd to organise Paperworld China, one of the leading exhibitions in Asia for stationery, office supplies and hobby, arts and crafts supplies. The new cooperation will commence from the 2020 edition, which will be held from 19 – 21 November at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai).