China Council for the Promotion of International Trade: take multiple measures to help enterprises expand business opportunities
Recently, the reporter learned from CCPIT that in response to the needs of overseas exhibition industry and foreign trade enterprises, CCPIT timely launched targeted measures to resume overseas economic and trade exhibitions, and has completed the pilot approval of 15 overseas economic and trade exhibitions from November this year to February next year.
Since China Council for the Promotion of International Trade issued the Notice on Doing a Good Job in the First Batch of Pilot Examination and Approval Projects for Overseas Economic and Trade Exhibitions in early November, the first batch of 15 pilot examination and approval projects for overseas economic and trade exhibitions from November 2022 to February 2023 has been completed, including 13 exhibition projects and 2 self exhibition projects, which are distributed in 8 countries, including Germany, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, and involve textile, auto parts, sports goods, electronics, consumer goods and other fields.
According to reports, from the six pilot projects of overseas trade and economic exhibitions that have been implemented, enterprises have reported that they have gained a lot from participating in the exhibition. Taking the Asia Textile and Garment Fair as an example, more than 90% of the participating enterprises have reached an intended transaction, and each enterprise has on average met more than 50 effective customers, including up to 60% of new customers.