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CBME Facilitates Global Trade for Children, Baby and Maternity Products in Brazil, China, India and Turkey

SHANGHAI, Dec. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Held at Shanghai New International Expo Centre from July 18-20, the 12th Shanghai International Children Baby Maternity Industry Expo (CBME) brought together 1,287 maternity, baby and children product suppliers and 53,583 buyers from 73 countries in over 115,840 square meters of exhibition space. CBME 2012 registered a 50% increase in exhibitors and a 44% increase in exhibition scale, making it the largest sourcing event for children, baby and maternity products in the industry.

Riding on the success of CBME in Shanghai, China, UBM Asia announces a joint-venture with EFEM's Mother-Babies-Children Products Fair in Turkey and the launch of CBME shows in Mumbai, India and Sao Paolo, Brazil, South America in 2013.

The Gateway to Global Sourcing Hubs for Children Baby and Maternity Products

In 2013, CBME will cover the key sourcing markets for children, baby and maternity products from Asia, Europe, Middle East and South America.

Brazil: South America's Untapped and Growing Market

The first Children Baby Maternity Industry Expo - South America (CBME South America) will open its doors on August 27-29, 2013 at Transamerica Expo Center, Sao Paulo Brazil. Industry trends, latest innovations, new products, equipment and services will be presented by more than 120 exhibitors to over 4,000 professional visitors at CBME South America. This is the perfect venue to find children, baby and maternity products and distributors in Brazil and South America.

China: the Unparalleled Growth Market in Asia and the World

The 13th Shanghai International Children Baby Maternity Industry Expo (CBME) will welcome local and international suppliers to showcase their latest products on July 17-19, 2013 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. Thousands of children and baby product volume-buyers are expected to attend. CBME 2013 targets to welcome over 60,000 visitors and over 1,400 exhibitors representing 2,100 brands across 138,000 square meters of exhibition space. Event highlights include Innovative Products Awards, Industry Summits and Supplier Seminars and more.

India: South Asia's Booming Market

The first Children Baby Maternity Expo - India (CBME India) will open its doors to South Asia's largest baby, children and maternity products market on April 11-13, 2013 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai, India. CBME India is the country's comprehensive trade fair covering every aspect of children, baby and maternity products, offering a unique opportunity for manufacturers and service providers of children, baby care and maternity products to showcase products, network and connect with established buyers. The event is expected to open with over 150 exhibitors and more than 3,000 visitors in 6,000 square meters of exhibition space.

Turkey: Sourcing Hub for Europe, Russia and the Middle East

Opening on January 17-20, 2013 at the CNR Expo Centre, the 24th Istanbul International Mother-Babies-Children Products Fair (MBCP) will feature over 250 suppliers, 450 brands in 37,000 square meters of exhibition space. MBCP is the biggest expo in the Turkey dedicated to babies and children products and services. The event will feature a Spring/Summer fashion show where three halls will be opened for trade visitors, one hall for consumers.

CBME connects the global children, baby and maternity products market, promoting global trade in the booming markets of Istanbul, Mumbai, Shanghai and Sao Paolo. It is perfect business platform for children, baby and maternity product buyers, manufacturers, distributors and suppliers to meet and do business in one venue.

2013 Schedule:

Mother-Babies-Children Products Fair – Istanbul Turkey                 

17-20 January 2013

CBME India – Mumbai                                                               

11-13 April 2013

CBME China – Shanghai                                                             

17-19 July 2013

CBME South America - Sao Paolo, Brazil                                    

27-29 August 2013

About Children Baby Maternity Industry Expo (CBME)

Held annually in Shanghai, the Children Baby Maternity Industry Expo (CBME) is the largest sourcing event for baby, children and maternity products in the world. This is the perfect business platform for buyers, manufacturers, distributors and suppliers in the industry to meet and do business in one venue.

CBME 2013 will be on July 17-19, 2013 in Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC). The event is expected to host 2,100 brands, 1,400 exhibitors in 138,000 square meters of exhibition space in 2013. For more information, please contact [email protected].

About UBM Asia

Owned by UBM plc listed on the London Stock Exchange, UBM Asia operates in 18 market sectors with headquarters in Hong Kong and subsidiary companies across Asia, including UBM China in Shanghai, Hangzhou, Guangzhou and Beijing. We have over 200 products including trade fairs, conferences, trade publications, B2B/B2C portals and virtual event services. As Asia's leading exhibition organizer and the biggest commercial organizer in the two fastest growing markets in Asia: China and India, we stage the leading events of their kind across Asia. Our 150 events, 24 publications and 18 vertical portals serve a 1,000,000 plus quality exhibitors, visitors, conference delegates, advertisers and subscribers from all over the world with high value face-to-face business-matching events, quality and instant news on market and industry trends and round-the-clock online trading networks and sourcing platforms. We have 1,000 staff in 21 major cities across Asia, stretching from Japan to Turkey.

About UBM plc

UBM plc is a leading global company. We inform markets and bring the world's buyers and sellers together at events, online, in print and provide them with the information they need to do business successfully. We focus on serving professional commercial communities, from doctors to game developers, from journalists to jewellery traders, from farmers to pharmacists around the world. Our 6,000 staff in more than 30 countries are organized into specialist teams that serve these communities, helping them to do business and their markets to work effectively and efficiently



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