Thursday, 12 April 2018

Summary of the Shenzhen Fashion Week 2018

Shenzhen fashion week took place at Shenzhen’s new cultural landmark -- Shenzhen Museum of Contemporary Art and Urban Planning featured three brand-new runways constructed to international standards. There were over 200 brands, and designers from more than ten countries staged nearly 90 fancy shows. To match the theme of “Bring fashion to art,” international artists organized various showroom exhibitions and fashion events. S

Over 80 runway events held during the fashion week. From March 13 to 19, there were 12 shows by brands and designers held at the A, B and C halls at the new downtown cultural landmark

 Leading the way is Shenzhen Fashion week, and this year over 200 brands participated. As a close neighbor of Shenzhen, Macau sent five local brands to attend this grand event. Essential Macau rounds up the standout pieces and names to note.

In addition to shows, were also be events, such as the opening and closing celebrations, fashion/art exhibits, 'innovation salons' and various brand events.

 On March 18, fashion designer Esa Liang attended 2018 Shenzhen Fashion Week (Autumn/Winter) where she displayed her latest collection themed "Grandma's Home." Based on her childhood memories, Ms. Liang blended the classical with the contemporary in creating her designs, delivering to the fashion show a collection that revealed in its contrasts. Esa asks the customer to explore the traditional home where her grandmother lived and the fantastic wardrobe that was part and parcel of this home. The house and the closet are the stories behind her latest collection and the story that Esa wants everyone to hear.
To stay on top of the upcoming schedule of Shenzhen Fashion Week

Thursday, 5 April 2018

Shenzhen Electronics Wholesale Markets

A tour through the Huaqiangbei market, an extensive collection of wholesalers who are selling everything from iPhones to PCB. This is the place you come to figure out how your next gadget will get made, haggling with vendors who act as a front office for component suppliers and manufacturing facilities spread across China. Our guide was Jasmone Wei. As we roamed through the halls, she explained that the nature of the marketplace was evolving. It was still a place where merchants, inventors, and entrepreneurs come together to shop for components when they wanted to build a prototype. But increasingly the market was also the source of its own creations, spinning up new takes on hoverboards, drones, CCTV cameras and selfie sticks with unique modifications that might just prove to be the next big seller around the globe.

  Mobile smartphones, computers, gadgets, clone iPhone & iPad cases, and accessories. There are also several stores around here selling drones, and one dedicated to DJI drones and accessories with attractive prices on my last visit. Toy quadcopters are everywhere. 

Shenzhen’s Electronics Wholesale Markets Paradise

A Short Guide To Chinese Business Culture

The Chinese culture is considered the predominant civilization in East Asia. Chinese language, art, architecture, music, dance, literature, martial arts, cuisine, martial arts, philosophy, business etiquette, religion, politics, and history have a profound impact on the world, while its traditions and festivals also celebrated, introduced and practiced by millions of people around Asia.
Many businessmen coming to China, are Not sure how to handle the “different culture.
Here are few tips for newcomers

– In China, the questions "Have you eaten?" or "Where have you been?" are equivalent to the traditional question "How are you?" in the English-speaking culture. Therefore,  Simply answer "yes" if you have eaten - even if you haven't – or simply smile and say "thank you!".

– Chinese people are very vigilant about bold negative statements. For instance, negative answers are considered impolite, so use alternatives  "I'll try it", "maybe", "hope so") instead of a blunt "no".

Business Cards:
Make sure you have both a Mandarin and an English side of your business card.
, present your card with two hands, with the Chinese top up and facing the other person. Receive a card with two hands, study it briefly and place it into a business card holder — never your wallet or pocket. In China, business cards are treated as extensions of the person, so you'll need to handle any business card you receive with great respect.

Don't Point: It's considered rude to point with your finger. Instead, point with an open hand or, if possible, make eye contact and get someone's attention without using your hands at all.

A Chinese person feels deeply honored to either receive an invitation or invite a dignitary to a meeting or function. While at times appearing impromptu, the ceremony is integral to many of these events. Signing deals, formalizing contracts and the like are frequently carried out in casual surroundings such as restaurants or bars.

Please note, the Chinese government has been aggressive in launching various campaigns against bribery and corruption. However, corruption and bribery are still obstacles. It would be best to establish your reputation and avoid being involved in such conduct at the opening of the relationship.

Sunday, 1 April 2018

The 13th China International Battery Fair (CIBF) 2018

  China International Battery Fair (CIBF) is the world's biggest trade expo dedicated to batteries and takes place every two years in Shenzhen. The organizer of the Expo, CIAPS is China's attending association for battery technology. Exhibitors display not only all sorts of battery products and production technologies, but also machinery, equipment, materials, metrology and testing technology and therefore all segment of the industry are united under one roof. The CIBF is an ideal platform to demonstrate the competitiveness of companies, to build production potential and to learn about the latest technologies, trends, and innovations on the market. With the escalating weight of China in the high-energy storage division the international attention of CIBF increases. Besides an additional incentive is created by the accompanying conference

The 13th China International Battery Fair (CIBF) 2018

The Fourth IECIE Shenzhen E-Cig Expo 2018

Each and every year, the Shenzhen eCig Expo just gets bigger and better. Last year they draw over 35,000 visitors and hosted over 1,000 exhibitors from 40 different countries.

Shenzhen eCig Expo (IECIE) being the first domestic ecig show organizer, set in Shenzhen where ecig was born. IECIE covers the scales of ecig finished products, atomizer, packaging, accessories etc. More than 1500 brands from over 45 countries and regions, goal to be the world class potent international ecig exhibition.

UBM plc is the biggest pure-play B2B Events organizer in the globe. In an increasingly digital world, the value of connecting on a meaningful, human level has never been more essential. At UBM, our deep cognition and passion for the industry sectors we serve permit us to produce precious experiences where people can succeed. At our events, people build relationships, close deals and grow their businesses.  Our 3,750+ people, based in more than 20 countries, serve more than 50 distinct sectors -- from fashion to pharmaceutical ingredients. These world-wide networks, expert, passionate community and market-leading events supply incentive opportunities for business people to achieve their ambitions.

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The Fourth IECIE Shenzhen E-Cig Expo 2018

Shenzhen International UAV Industry Expo

Chinas role in the market is still and for a while firmly located in the consumer drone area. Due to the prosperous lead of DJI to gain ground in the professional and commercial sector, China has an essential role in the industrial UAV deployment, e.g. to build up experience and capability for end-user solutions. Regarding the applied industry, the agriculture sector has the most significant growth rates and total plowshare of UAV applications. China is the biggest manufacturer and user of agriculture spraying UAVs.

DJI is the world's leader in the civilian drone and aerial imaging technology industry, accounting for 85% of the worldwide consumer drone market. Its drone technology has been used globally for the music, television and film industries,
A display titled the 5th Shenzhen International UAV  Expo that focuses on UAV industry was held in the city through June 23 to 27. About 200 manufacturers displayed more than 230 latest drones, hold fixed-wing drones, multi-propeller drones, and even airships.

In a specification of Shenzhen’s guidelines, small and light drones flying at low height cannot risk civil aviation safety as long as they are outside the clearance area of an airfield, within 10 kilometers away from both sides of the runway, and 20 from both ends. Thus, there is no need to set a no-fly zone in the above-mentioned areas. Actually, if all UAVs were forbidden within 20 kilometers from of both runways in some smaller cities, it would have huge impacts.

As UAV demand surges, it produces an ecosystem of industry participants who have technological, but not agricultural, backgrounds. New technical academies, for instance, are instruction enrollees how to exercise the flying devices, equipping them with expertise on government regulations, GPS programming, and data interpretation.

“Shenzhen had about 400 drone brands in 2017, and 20 percent of them exited the market last year. The consumer drone market is dominated by DJI and barely any of these drone manufacturers in Shenzhen raised new capital last year

According to a report by National Business Daily, there were over 400 drone makers and research firms in China as of December 2015. Of those, over 300 were based in Shenzhen, including the world’s largest drone maker DJI.

Recently, Shenzhen has become the world's drone capital. It has a 70 percent market share of the global consumer drone market with more than 300 companies dedicated to the unmanned aerial vehicle business alone, including DJI, the world's largest drone-maker. These companies are generating $3 billion in sales annually, according to Yang Jincai, director of Shenzhen UAV Industry Association.

Relying on the unmatched advantages of worldwide UAV industry base, Shenzhen has increasingly become the market benchmark of UAV industry. Shenzhen had drawn a plenty of renowned UAV corporation due to its business policy, which supplies immense support for the evolution of UAV industry, particularly for novel startups and private enterprises.
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Shenzhen International UAV Expo 2018