SOURCE: General Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of China

August 23, 2013 09:00 ET

Register Now for 2013 Taiwan International Cultural and Creative Industry Expo

TAIPEI, TAIWAN--(Marketwired - Aug 23, 2013) - The 2013 Taiwan International Cultural and Creative Industry Expo [TICCIE] will take place at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Hall during November 21st-24th. This event is organized by Taiwan's Ministry of Culture and executed by General Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of China. Registration closes on 31 August. Welcome to participate in the biggest cultural and creative industry expo in Taiwan.

TICCIE is a professional exhibition wherein the most representative corporations and institutions in relation to crafts, design, cultural and creative industry in Taiwan gather and demonstrate their products. Moreover, the related agents and the buyers are all invited to the event. In 2012 TICCIE, 525 organizations registered for the expo, which featured 952 exhibition booths and attracted up to 85 thousand visitors. Within it, 15 foreign exhibitors participated and all of them are highly satisfied with the event, including the achievement of selling and finding local agency.

This year the expo aims to strengthen the multifaceted business exchange between Taiwan market and its counterparts in the Asia-Pacific region, with an emphasis on company representatives, corporations, and professionals from Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia and Mainland China. We are also highly delighted to embrace partners other than the above regions but the products are related to designing, crafts and innovative ideas to this platform and share the market resources in TICCIE.

Registration closes on 31 August. More information, please visit the official website: http://60.244.127.77/iccie/en. Contact Person: Ms. Beverly Wang: whybev@iccie.tw.

About the General Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of China

The General Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of China is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the common interests of private sector business community in Taiwan, and to elevate the domestic commercial environment as well as the investment both domestic and abroad.

It strives to foster prosperity through promoting foreign trade, enhancing economic growth and cooperative relations among the various parts of the business community.

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