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HTI unveils new Hong Kong showroom

Published on: 3rd September 2019

The new showroom, located in TST East, will house HTI’s pocket money and bubbles ranges.

As part of the company’s ambitious growth plans, HTI has announced that it will be opening a new showroom in Hong Kong this Autumn.

The new showroom will move from the current Kwun Tong location to TST East and will house the pocket money and bubbles ranges; categories which have become key focuses to the business and will continue to expand in the near future.

Conveniently located opposite HTI’s current TST showroom, the 1,000 square feet of new space will allow the company to create an impactful showcase of its new product designs. Set to open on Monday 7th October 2019, the pocket money and bubbles showroom will be ready for the busy October fair.

Michael Butterworth, divisional director, said: “This is such an exciting time for HTI, our new showroom is testament to our continued investment into the pocket money category. We are looking forward to welcoming our global customer base into this new showroom and showcasing all the exciting new developments the team has been working so hard on over the past 12 months.“

The address for the showroom is:

Unit 11
12th Floor
Houston Centre 63 Mody Road
Tsim Sha Tsui East
Hong Kong

For more information on the HTI collection, click here.

Please get in touch with sales managers Keiran Peoples keiranp@htigroup.co.uk or John Cassidy johnc@htigroup.co.uk for enquiries or to make an appointment.

 

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