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Taipei Cycle opening Wednesday with 950 exhibitors

Published March 2, 2024

TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — Taipei Cycle show begins Wednesday with 950 exhibitors — 100 more than last year when the island reopened to unrestricted international travel — spread over 3,500 booths.

New this year, the show, which concludes Saturday, collaborates with Anchor Asia for the inaugural Bike Venture Program, highlighting the island's industry technology. The Bike Venture Summit on Tuesday kicks off the program. Speakers include Bonnie Tu, Giant Group chairperson; Kei Onishi, Yamaha Motor Ventures CEO; and Joshua Hon, Tern Bicycles founder.

On Wednesday, at the Bike Venture Startup Pitch & Happy Hours, Deborah Wu, KMC Global's managing director, and Andreas Kreiner, Pierer Innovation's head of tech scouting, will speak.

Show organizers said hundreds of startups and tech investors are expected, "transforming Taipei Cycle from a trade show to an innovation hub for global stakeholders related to bicycles."

Last year, Taipei Cycle attracted 14,800 domestic visitors and 2,800 general public visitors. It drew 4,200 international buyers from 81 countries, a 66% increase from 2022.

Topics associated with this article: Taipei Cycle Show

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