Spring Electronics Exhibition
Hong Kong Electronic Fair (Spring) held at Wan Chai’s Hong Kong Conventional and Exhibition Center ended last month. The fair is “the” biggest electronic fair in the world, attracting over 2700 exhibitors and 61000 visitors from all over the world.
With over 200 visitors visited Accutone's booth this year, around 60% were attracted by audio products and 40% were interested in CC&O products. Visitors came from all over the world, 50% from Asia, 20% from Europe, 15% from North or South America, 15% from the rest of the world.
However, since the October show, many exhibitors have seen a slight drop in terms of visitors due to the expanded days for the China Global Sourcing Fair at the Airport. Yet for those who have visited, the general feedback was that most booths are showing the same items, and they are mainly about price, not quality.
Perhaps this is precisely the difference between Accutone and most of these new participants. Quality has always been at the center of the headset maker, and with its belief of “clearer communication brings people closer, the company is now one of the big 4 in the CC&O market, ranked by Frost & Sullivan in an earlier report.
Building on this momentum, along with its experienced sound development and creative product design team, Accutone’s expansion into the consumer market has been a smooth one. This show alone, the company further added a gaming headset and a bluetooth amplifier to its audio line basket.
As for the Call Center & Office line-up, they have revamped the highly-popular 710 series as well as a business conference machine for MS Lync.
According to the early feedbacks, the April show was a successful one, with a number of keen interests for distribution of Audio products and strategic partnership for its business product range.