Merida's general manager and A-Team chairman Michael Tseng has touted the Taipei show as the show to: "strengthen brand awareness, enhance company reputations, and raise the standard for the whole industry."
Ahead of the March 17th to 20th show, near 900 companies are signed up, occupying a total of 3,018 booths. There's now a lengthy waiting list for further exhibition space.
Tseng went on to highlight his reasoning behind the praise. "Manufacturers around the world pay attention to the Taipei Show. It's a calendar date where they can improve product awareness and achieve better sales success.
"The show has become more and more crowded each year and manufacturers are calling for more booth space to show their products. Taipei can not be satisfied just to be among the top three bicycle shows, we should work harder to become the No.1 bicycle exhibition in the future."
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