NEWS

Mega Show Series 2020 is cancelled

Published on: 18th September 2020

The Mega Show Series, originally scheduled to take place next month, has been cancelled amid ongoing coronavirus concerns.

The Mega Show Series

The  show series includes several important sourcing trade events in the Asia-Pacific region. Taking place in Hong Kong, the events cover gifts, premiums, housewares, kitchen & dining, lifestyle products, toys & games, Christmas & festive, sporting goods and stationery

The organisers released a statement this week to registered attendees. The email reads:

“Dear Valued Buyer,

Our warmest regards to you and your family. We hope you are all safe, healthy and doing well amidst the current Covid-19 pandemic challenge. Thank you for pre-registering to visit our 2020 Mega Show Series.

We are sorry to inform you that in view of the uncertainties and disruption caused by the still ongoing pandemic, we, as the Show Organiser, decided that the Mega Show Series will not take place as previously scheduled on 20th-23rd and 27th-29th October, 2020. The show series will return to be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on 20th-23rd and 27th-29th October, 2021. All buyer pre-registrations and sponsorship applications for the 2020 event will automatically be transferred over to the 2021 show.

Thanks again for your support to our Mega Show. Let’s stay safe, stay healthy and stay tuned. We look forward to welcoming you to our Mega Show Series in 2021. Should you have enquiry, please feel free to email us at: cs@comasia.com.hk.

Yours sincerely,

Comasia Limited”

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