(The First Consumer Fair) International Exhibitors of the Consumer Fair Dialogue with New Opportunities of Hainan Free Trade Port

  Chinanews.com Haikou, May 7 (Reporter Huang Yi) The first China International Consumer Goods Expo (hereinafter referred to as the Consumer Fair) has made Hainan the focus of attention.

On the development road of Hainan Free Trade Port, how can international brands embrace new opportunities?

On May 7, a number of heads of international exhibitors discussed relevant topics.

  As one of the important agendas of the first Consumer Expo, the Global Consumer Innovation, Duty Free and Travel Retail Conference was held in Haikou on the afternoon of the 7th.

A special discussion on "New Platform for Consumer Expo·New Opportunities for Free Trade Port" was held at the meeting.

  Liao Xinjia, vice president of Blancpain China, said that the group has been deeply involved in the Chinese market for almost 25 years, and currently many brands have joined Hainan’s outlying islands for tax exemption.

China is undergoing a consumption upgrade. In the future, the group will embrace Hainan with greater efforts and embrace the tax-free shopping policy on outlying islands.

  Liao Xinjia pointed out that Hainan still needs to improve the operation and management of retail boutiques. To build a global shopping center, not only policies, but also supporting services need to be implemented.

  Wu Yue, president of LVMH Group Greater China, said that the exquisite development of the city is its most important opportunity.

Hainan is a market with great potential and still needs to make efforts in the retail environment.

  Liu Xingshu, global CEO of De Beers Eternal Mark, believes that in addition to high-end luxury goods, Hainan has great opportunities different from other free trade ports, such as the development of tourism.

Hainan can have its own unique positioning, not just limited to high-end retail.