On October 8, 2017, the four-day Indonesia Jakarta Home Interior Decoration Expo was successfully closed. Guangdong Home Textiles Association and Shenzhen Boao Exhibition Co., Ltd. organized the association's directors and member units to participate in the exhibition, and debuted in Jakarta in the form of a pavilion for the first time to showcase the Chinese home furnishing brands.
The proposal of China's "One Belt One Road" strategic concept has brought new opportunities for my country's textile and home furnishing industries to expand into foreign markets. As the first furniture and design B2B exhibition in Indonesia, the Jakarta Home Furnishing and Interior Decoration Exhibition can be said to be an important experience for the industry enterprises to find out the Southeast Asian market.
Go abroad in a group
Paving the way for China Textile Unicom Indonesia
Indonesia is one of the founding countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, as well as the largest economy in Southeast Asia and a member of the Group of 20 nations. With a population of more than 200 million, Indonesia has a vast market potential. Indonesia's developed tourism industry has driven the continuous development of its hotel service industry. At present, the Indonesian home interior decoration market is still in an immature stage, which provides potential opportunities for Chinese textile companies to enter Indonesia. This event is a trip to explore the Indonesian market, and it is also a trip to explore business opportunities in the Southeast Asian home textile market.
Yuanzhicheng, Dongyu, Grand Vision, Zhida, Molike, Huajunxing, Terai, Jinhua, Xinhualong, Times Sunshine, Style Two Thousand, Xindahong, Lulu, Aubrey, Outlet, Laohui Silk, Juncai, Qianbaiyi, Wanjiang Yalan, Jiacheng, Hengli, Maydens, Kamai, Yibo, Different, Heyi, Wanbo, Xin Yalun, Bole, Yutang, Morphy, Shenyang Century Star...More than 30 home textile and soft decoration enterprises from Guangdong, Zhejiang, Shenyang and other places have joined forces to participate in the exhibition.
On the first day of the launch, representatives of the China National Textile Exhibition Group were invited to attend the opening ceremony. Mr. Deng Yuanjin, executive vice president of Guangdong Home Textiles Association and chairman of Shenzhen Boao Exhibition Co., Ltd., cut the ribbon on behalf of the Home Textiles Pavilion at the opening ceremony. Then the company representatives visited the exhibition together with relevant leaders and guests of the organizer.
In the China National Textile Exhibition Group, the products exhibited by the company were highly praised by the guests, and many products with innovative patents were highly praised by the guests. The appearance of the China National Textile Exhibition Group also attracted the attention of local professional buyers and interior designers, who seriously conducted consultations and negotiations on the spot.
In order to promote the exchanges and interactions between the textile art and home decoration enterprises of China and India, and to welcome the debut of the China National Textile Exhibition Group, the "Indonesia Jakarta Home Furnishing and Interior Decoration Exhibition Home Textile Exhibition Group Association Welcome Dinner Party" was held in Sudan that night The hotel is grandly held. In addition to the Chinese National Textile Exhibition Group, the local Indonesian interior design, textile, furniture, construction and other corporate elites attended the party.
The organizer of the exhibition delivered a speech at the party on behalf of Mr. Douglas, Chairman of the Tarsus Group. He first welcomed the guests attending the networking party. At the same time, he said that the networking party was not only to celebrate the successful opening of the Indonesia Jakarta Exhibition, but also to congratulate the Home Textiles Exhibition Group on its exit Entered into Indonesia.
Mr. Deng Yuanjin, executive vice president of Guangdong Home Textiles Association and chairman of Shenzhen Boao Exhibition Co., Ltd., also delivered a speech as a representative of China. He said that he was honored to attend the exhibition with 34 well-known Chinese textile and interior decoration enterprises. We came with products and sincerity, hoping to start with this, and build a bridge of friendship between the Chinese textile decoration industry and the Indonesian home textile decoration industry, and look forward to obtaining fruitful cooperation results in the future."
Take the enterprise to observe the market
Let Chinese textile companies know more about Indonesian home textiles
During the period, a series of seminars and exchanges with Indonesian home furnishing related industry associations, factory visits, market inspections and other activities have also enabled companies to have a more real understanding of the home textile market in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. These days, business representatives together:
Walk into the Japanese-Indian joint venture factory and experience advanced management culture
In Bandung, Indonesia, representatives of the home textile exhibition group visited the local finished curtain production plant of Unibela. Under the explanation and guidance of the person in charge of its head office in Japan, the company representatives had an in-depth understanding of the company's finished curtain production process and procedures. The standard, clean, and efficient production site amazed the company representatives.
Listen to Indonesian investment and local market development guidance
Knowing oneself and the enemy, knowing the situation of the local market, consumer demand, and customs clearance channels are the foundation for companies to explore the local market. Mr. Pan Dingchuan, chairman of the Indonesian Investment and Development Consultants Association, answered questions about how companies can connect to the local market.
Braving the scorching sun to inspect the local home textile market
Regarding this Indonesian exhibition and inspection trip, many directors and member companies said that this is an opportunity to show the brand image of Chinese textile art to the outside world, and it also allows them to have a clearer understanding of the development of the Indonesian home textile art market and market gaps. Through on-site inspections, we have a better understanding of the current business rules for the trade and circulation of textile products in China and Indonesia, which also provides a direction for them to explore how to effectively connect with the Indonesian home textile market in the next step.