Source： | Date：2020-08-28
The 2020 China International Fair for Trade in Services (hereinafter referred to as CIFTIS) will be held from September 5 to 9 at the Beijing National Convention Center and its surrounding venues. As one of the eight industry topics in the new system of "1+8+N" exhibition of CIFTIS, Sports Services section is sponsored by Beijing Municipal Bureau of Sport. Since it was held in 2012, it has attracted more than 100 Chinese and foreign sports service organizations to participate in the exhibition, and guests and merchants from more than 40 countries and regions attended the conference. Each session, the directors of more than 20 domestic provincial and municipal sports bureaus led a delegation to watch exhibitions, negotiate and negotiate, attracting more than 30,000 professional visitors, signing contracts on site totaling nearly RMB 10 billion, and releasing more than 1,000 items of project information.
With the theme of "Sports World Vitality Beijing", this year's exhibition of sports services is guided by demand, application and service, and includes four major contents: exhibition, forum, match making and live selling goods. It is held in the way of online and offline integration, showing five highlights: highlighting the new sports technology, connecting the sports industry chain, enhancing the sense of sports interaction, advocating the new sports fashion, and boosting the tide of sports fitness, striving to extend the sports industry chain, release the sports passion effect, guide the direction of sports Industry development, promote the flow of sports production factors, and enable sports to adopt a well-off society and empower economic development.
This sports service exhibition attracted 105 well-known sports enterprises and related institutions to participate online or offline. The exhibition was divided into five sub-exhibition areas: sports equipment manufacturing, sports apparel supplies, sports cutting-edge technology, sports emerging services and sports interactive experience. The exhibitors covered 11 major categories of sports industry, including 23 industry leaders. Thirty-nine units displayed offline, of which overseas units accounted for about 40%.