June 20-23, 2019

National Exhibition & Convention Center

Shanghai, China

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China Hunting Show

20-23 June 2019
Shanghai

Why a China Hunting Show?

Four Days...1.4B Prospective New Hunters
20-23 June, 2019

The First-Ever International Hunting Show in China!

The rise of China will be a boon to the hunting industry.  Of the 1.4B China population, fully 400,000,000 are part of the burgeoning middle class.  In 2017, about 130 million Chinese tourists traveled abroad. The UN World Tourism Organization stated overseas consumption by Chinese tourists accounted for over one fifth of the world’s total. A growing pastime for many of this voracious traveling class is hunting. 

The first China Hunting Show will be held in conjunction with the 24th annual China International Boat Show in Shanghai.  A lifestyle show that features avocations such as fishing, camping, boating, and RV, it only makes sense the CIBS would add the fast-growing, equipment-rich sport of hunting as one of its' categories.  

Facts About CHS & CIBS*

-CHS held in Conjunction with 24th Annual China International Boat Show

-Hunting is now legal in China for citizens; foreigners to be allowed soon

-China Wildlife Conservation Association Hunting Committee regulates

-More Chinese citizens are hunting overseas than ever before.

*CIBS 2018 statistics 

-Attendees: Over 35000

-Exhibitors: 600

-Nearly 400,000 sq ft Exhibit Space

-Returning Exhibitors: 72%

-Sales in 2018: $300M USD

 

China Outdoor Market Data

Total Attendees

Domestic Attendees

International Attendees

Attendees # Countries

Show Area SQM

Domestic Exhibitors

International Exhibitors

Exhibitors # Countries

Presentations & Games 

 

Camping

Fishing

Travel

Motorboat/Cruises

Jewelry/Watches

Sailboats

Supercars

ATV/Motorcylce

High-end Property

RV

Engines/Shipping/Yachting

Design/Construction Docks

Golf

Relative Services

Other

35,448

32,102

3346

73

36,000

68

498

6

80+

2018 CIBS Statistics

% Interest Analysis from

2018 Onsite Atendee Survey

0                    20%                     40%                  60%

Top 3 interests of CIBS attendees: camping, fishing, & travel

 
 

CIBS & CHS Floorplan

Hunting Booth Area

 

Booth Options & Information

Standard Booth

(double booth 2x -(10%)

 

-9sqm (97sqft)

-Chinese Interpreter at your booth

-1 table & 4 chairs

-carpet, 220v outlet, 6 lights

-VAT included

 

$3000

Booths 1A49 to 1E360

Standard Corner Booth

 

-9sqm (97sqft)

-Chinese Interpreter at your booth

-1 table & 4 chairs

-carpet, 220v outlet, 6 lights

-VAT included

$4000

Booths 1A49; 1E360' et al

Double Booth Endcap

 

-18sqm (194sqft)

-2 Chinese Interpreters at your booth

-2 tables & 8 chairs

-carpet, 220v outlet, 12 lights

-VAT included

$8500

Booths 1D63 & 1C64 et al

Hunting Zone Booth Map

Hunting Zone Booth Map

Large Standard Island

(near Premium Zone)

 

-27sqm (290sqft) 

-2 Chinese Interpreters at your booth

-2 tables & 8 chairs

-carpet, 220v outlets

-VAT included

 

$8500

Booths 1E54 & 1E53

XL Standard Island

(near Premium Zone)

 

 

-36sqm (388 sqft) 

-2 Chinese Interpreters at your booth

-2 tables & 8 chairs

-carpet, 220v outlets

-VAT included

 

$9500

Booths 1F63; 1E58; 1F49

Premium Zone Booth Map

Premium Zone Island

(such as Ht002-HT006)

 

-18sqm (194sqft)

-2 Chinese Interpreters at booth

-2 tables & 8 chairs

-carpet, 220v outlet

-VAT included

 

$8000

Large Premium Zone Island

(such as Ht001; Ht007; Ht010)

 

-27sqm (290sqft)

-2 Chinese Interpreters at booth

-2 tables & 8 chairs

-carpet, 220v outlet

-VAT included

 

$12500

PREMIUM ZONE - OUR BEST LOCATION

-WELL FURNISHED BOOTHS

-HIGH TRAFFIC AREA FOR SEMINARS   & PRESENTATIONS

 

-INTERACTION WITH ATTENDEES

 

-HUNTING EDUCATION CLASSES

 

-RAFFLE TICKET SALES

 

-TAXIDERMY DISPLAYS

 

FAQ China Hunting Show

I have never been to China before.  What travel documents must I have to attend the Chinese Hunting Show in Shanghai?
Generally speaking, everyone needs a China Visa to stay in Shanghai. Visitors must have a valid passport with a 6-month validity beyond the date of arrival and two consecutive blank pages remaining to allow for visas and stamps that need to appear together.
What airport do I fly to?
Shanghai is the only city in China serviced by two international airports. Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) receives most of Shanghai's international traffic, although Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (SHA) is very close to the National Exhibition & Convention Center.  Either airport will have connections to downtown Shanghai and the convention center.  

How will I communicate with Chinese speakers at my booth?

As part of your booth fee, you will be provide one or more Chinese/English interpreters to help with communication.  You probably will not be able to speak to as many folks in a day as you do in Dallas or Reno, but you will be able to articulately communicate with prospective clients.  If you would like to have additional interpreters in your booth, just let us know and we can help make those arrangements.  

What should I bring to exhibit?

China has different import laws than what you are probably used to, so what you can display may be different. Firearms and taxidermy displays are forbidden, as are most other animal parts like skulls and horns. What will work well, despite the language barrier, are visual displays, such as television and computer monitors, as well as display photograph and albums. If you have a backdrop kit that you can velcro photos to, great.  Otherwise, display visuals on the table or on monitor stands. Another idea: have your "pitch" or "specials" sheet printed in both Chinese and English. 

Where can I find more information and how do apply to exhibit?

Both can be found here: 

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