The first major large-scale exhibition in China after the epidemic!
Overview: The 2020 Hunan Auto Show, opened from 30 April to May 5 at the Hunan International Convention and Exhibition Centre, in the city of Changsha in south central China. During the 5 days, Auto Show attracted over 24 thousand visitors, and achieved sale revenue over 5.2 billion.
The Hunan Auto Show is organised by a committee comprising the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, China Association of Automobile Engineers, Automobile Dealers Association of All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, Hunan Provincial Department of Commerce, Changsha Municipal People ’s Government; Changsha Municipal Convention and Exhibition Office, and the Changsha Municipal Bureau of Commerce, among others.
One major international organiser in the region, Informa Markets' Executive Vice-President Asia, Michael Duck tells EW: "It's good to see a show opening and that the local authorities are seeming working closely with hygiene workers, social distancing, wide aisles, entrance barriers etc."
The Hunan Auto Show is one of the city’s top 10 exhibition projects to be held in 2020 and coincides with the May Day holiday. This means the exhibition is a major platform for car sales and should spur a consumption boom. The Changsha government has said it will invest 30m yuan in car loan subsidies, with individuals able to apply for a 1,000 yuan subsidy for car purchase, subject to conditions.