Fairtheworld's 3D Media Reports on the 4th Guangzhou Luxury Expo

Nov 27, 2009, 08:30 ET from Fairtheworld

HONG KONG, Nov. 27 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- On Nov. 26th, the fourth Guangzhou International Luxury Products Expo solemnly opened at Guangzhou Poly World Trade Center. The 3-day exhibition is a luxury show with the theme of "Tasting, Driving, Enjoying and Collection". As the media partner of the expo, Fairtheworld restored the luxury expo grandeur in the Fair N Fair virtual expo world via 3D media (http://www.fairtheworld.com/FairTV/FairTVAlbnmVideo.aspx?AID=8 ), extending the influence of the luxury expo worldwide.

The luxury expo took advantage of the 2009 Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition, exhibiting luxury yachts, premium wines, china, jewellery, pseudo-classic furniture, luxury cars and luxury products including the biggest yellow diamond in China and the cars of first-generation Chinese leaders such as Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai.

The scale of the Guangzhou Luxury Product Exhibition is getting bigger; this is the result of the Chinese tycoon's power even in the recession. China has surpassed the U.S. and become the second biggest luxury market only behind Japan. In the eyes of global luxury brand owners, the Chinese market is uncultivated virgin soil where miracles can happen. Since the economic recession, these international luxury brand owners have gazed longingly at China.

Chinese yacht manufacturers optimistic about Chinese market potential

The marketing director Mr. Li Liang Bing from exhibitor Sunbird yacht showed that Sunbird yacht was very optimistic about the Chinese market. Previously, the main market for their luxury yachts were the EU and American markets, but their Chinese market share is getting bigger. Sunbird holds the historic opportunity to capture the Chinese luxury yacht market.

Denmark Audio brand seized Chinese market tightly

During an interview with Fair TV, the vice president of AVANCE indicated that AVANCE was investing in more specialty stores in China to meet the demand for high-end speakers from Chinese consumers. AVANCE set up laboratories in Denmark, France and Taiwan and a factory in Guangzhou. With the model of "Global Design Plus Made in China" AVANCE achieved a good balance between performance and cost, enlarging its market share in China.

Chinese High-end furniture manufacturers focus on Chinese market

High-end pseudo-classic furniture and fine porcelain producers were optimistic about increasing Chinese market share.

The director of Lingnan Furniture said that they used to sell their Curiosa Huanghuali wood furniture to American, EU and Singapore markets. Now because of the recession and the increasing Chinese wealthy class, they were very optimistic about the Chinese market and brought production up to ten million RMB of Huanghuali imitation Ming furniture.

The people who were responsible for fine porcelain brand Jingde chinaware told a Fair reporter that, as the Chinese demand of high-end chinaware increased, they took great efforts to build the brand chinaware. They not only pursued quality, but also blended culture and emotion in their products.

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