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Taipei Cycle Show 2018: Why this is a must-attend event

Published September 28, 2018

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From discovering the latest innovations to networking with the industry's most influential entrepreneurs – astute distributors and brand owners can't afford to miss out

28 September - Taipei: With less than five weeks to go until the doors open for the Taipei Cycle
Show 2018, running from 31 October to 3 November, the must-see events and activities for visitors have been revealed. For brand owners, buyers and distributors, the opportunities for networking, meeting peers, discovering emerging technologies and discussing current global influences on the industry, are second to none.

The exciting new features of this year's Taipei Cycle Show are:

  • The addition of Hall Three, introducing 'Taipei Cycle +', with over 130 exhibitors, and focusing on two key themes – Internet of Things (IoT) zone, showcasing the latest in cloud-based technology plus demonstration zone led by the SwiCity project from National Chung-Hsing University
  • New Start-up Pavilion, the forum for companies established since January 2013 to present their innovations
  • Light Electric Vehicle (LEV) Pavilion
  • New Country Pavilion: Korea, showcasing eight companies
  • 100 first-time exhibitors

A closer look at the details prove Taipei Cycle Show 2018 is the must-attend cycling event:

  • 18 months in the planning, the main show will be based in Nangang Exhibition Hall One
  • 1,150 confirmed exhibitors, up from 1,115 in 2017, covering 97,000 square metres
  • 14 Taipei Cycle Forum sessions, including panel discussions and seminars
  • 100 brands offering hands-on experiences at the Demo Day (Tuesday 30 October)
  • Regional/Country Pavilions including
  • EU, 34 companies across 837 square metres
  • Japan, 15 companies across 198 square metres
  • Italy, six companies across 126 square metres
  • And of course, multiple networking zones for that all-important coffee and catch-up

Jasmine Wu, Taipei Cycle Show PR Manager, said: "We are excited to bring so many new attractions and events to the show this year. There will be so much to experience that we urge visitors to make arrangements and register as soon as possible. Taipei Cycle Show 2018 is where the industry will come together to discover what is in store for cycling business and the cycling community beyond 2020.

"Getting here couldn't be simpler; Taoyuan International Airport is the city's key air transport hub, with excellent rail, metro and bus links to Taipei City. Pre-registered visitors will receive Taipei Metro Cards, which will make travelling to and from the venue even easier. Over thirty city hotels and our travel partners at EVA Air are offering exclusive show promotions, and we will run a shuttle-bus service between the show halls and major hotels."

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