Taipei Cycle opens booth application for 2023 physical edition

Taipei Cycle opens booth application for 2023 physical edition

TAIPEI, Taiwan – In March 2023 the physical edition of the Int’l Taipei Cycle Show will open its door again, organiser TAITRA has announced. As the world is gradually lifting its travel restrictions and co-existing with COVID-19, TAITRA expects more international visitors to attend the show.

Taipei Cycle opens booth application for 2023 physical edition
Booth applications for Taipei Cycle 2023 is now open again. – Photo TAITRA

In addition to the physical event in Nangang hall, Taipei Cycle will also take place virtually again after TAITRA built up the DigitalGo concept during the pandemic. Despite all restrictions last March more than 630 exhibitors participated in the 2022 edition, joined by more than 200 in the virtual show.

The Taipei Cycle Show 2023 is scheduled for March 22-25, 2023. The Taipei Cycle DigitalGo will be live from March 22 until April 7 next year. Exhibitors wishing to apply for a booth for next years’ event can do so here.

Amidst all supply chain problems which still hamper the industry, Taiwan has proven to be a critical base for global high-end bicycle production. The industry is now addressing the disruptive supply chain issues to enhance green production while technology also facilitates digital transformation and new business models.

Spotlight on pressing themes

The 2023 Taipei Cycle will focus on five themes: Resilient Supply Chain, Digital Connections, Vibrant Innovations, Dynamic Lifestyles, and Sustainable Moves. All these latest trends will be put in the spotlight at Taipei Cycle next year.

Because ‘sustainable moves’ will be one of the main themes, there will be a series of activities and events that include the Green Force Workshop, Taipei Cycle Green Initiatives, and Ride Together. In addition, Taipei Cycle d&i awards will add a new Green Prize this year to encourage sustainability.


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