Exhibition news on Hainan Island, China: results and perspectives of the exhibition industry in Sanya and Haikou, Hainan

This morning in Haikou, Hainan Island, China, the Hainan Industry and Industry Promotion Conference "Industry Week" was held, which was attended by 150 representatives of the exhibition industry, institutions and enterprises who discussed 12 major exhibition projects in Hainan Province, where the total amount of them implementation was about 200 million yuan.

In recent years, Hainan Province, China continues to optimize the environment for the organization of exhibitions, implements the appropriate support policies and allocates special funds for the development of the exhibition industry and gradually improves the management systems of exhibitions, services, guarantees and support.

According to statistics, the annual growth rate in the exhibition industry of Hainan Island, China over the past three years reached 12%. As of the end of December 2017, there were 29,400 exhibition enterprises in Hainan Island, China, with an authorized capital of 432.7 billion yuan.

The exhibition industry has the advantage of a platform as a modern service industry. The congress and exhibition on the island of Hainan, China are supported by industrial services. Shaoyuan, executive vice president of China Conference Hotel Alliance, believes that the development of the exhibition industry in Hainan Island, China in recent years has achieved remarkable results, it should also be encouraged in the introduction and holding of international conferences, financial support for the exhibition industry and market activities.

Wang Jie, director of the exhibition department of the Beijing International Trade Center for Trade, believes that the exhibition industry of Hainan has opened a rare opportunity for development, but it also needs to explore in the field of industrial design, standardization, the creation of a business environment, create a convention and an exhibition brand , improve the quality of the exhibition and integrate the tourism and exhibition industries.