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Taiwan Execs: Talking Trends at Eurobike

Published August 13, 2009

TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN)—A group of Taiwan executives will offer their thoughts on developing trends and new products at a special Taiwan Product Launch seminar at Eurobike.

The meeting is set for Thursday, Sept. 3, in the Switzerland Room beginning at 2:30 p.m. Among the speakers are Tony Lo, Giant Manufacturing’s chief executive officer; Ming Cycle’s research and development manager, Jacky Chu; George Lin, president of Pacific Cycles; Hongder Chang. Kenda’s general manager; and Rick Taylor, Kind Shock’s U.S. sales manager.

Taiwan is the world’s second-largest bicycle manufacturer with the U.S. and Europe as its leading markets. For example, exports to the U.S. grew more than 17 percent to $407.7 million during the first quarter of this year, said the Taiwan Bicycle Exporters’ Association (TBEA).

A TBEA spokesperson said the Taiwanese government continues to urge its manufacturers to develop improved product branding and increase the value of Taiwan’s international brands.

Topics associated with this article: Tradeshows and conferences

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