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China wedding expo.

SHANGHAI, Feb. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — China Wedding Expo is scheduled to be held from Feb.23-26, 2011, concurrently at the INTEX Shanghai, Shanghaimart and Shanghai Everbright Convention & Exhibition Center.
With the participation of more than 600 exhibitors and an exhibition floor space of over 75,000 square meters, the exhibition has become the largest show platform for the exchange and cooperation of wedding photography, children’s photography and relevant industries.
The exhibition has attracted wedding dress manufacturers from Italy, France, Japan, South Korea and Malaysia, as well as Hong Kong and Taiwan. Japan‘s Matsuo and Yumi Katsrua are set to make their debuts in the exhibition with a group of dozens of Korean wedding dress companies having registered for the exhibition. In addition, Hong Kong‘s Knightly will highlight its Aolisha products and hold a wedding dress show and a promotion conference at Sheraton Shanghai Hongqiao Hotel..
China‘s well-known car brand BYD will also display its medium- and high-end models at the show, including the BYD M6 – Warren Buffett‘s exclusive car during his trip to China. The BYD M6 is designed for the government, business executives and large family users, and features the concept of “Distinguished and Stable”. This model, with key advantages of an elegant appearance, 7-seat design, intelligent configuration and high safety standards, will be presented in front of wedding photography studios to improve the consumers’ experience with excellent location shooting services from the studios.
Children’s photography studios have developed rapidly in recent years. In addition to SNOOPY, Disney Children’s Photography will also enter the children’s photography section on the 2nd floor of INTEX Shanghai, and the booth will reach 100 sq.m..
A number of Hong Kong-based planning companies will appear on the 7th floor of Shanghaimart for the exhibition to provide photography studios with marketing and training services, with a focus on the development and direction of the studio sector.