January 17/11 17:34 pm - Taipei Cycle Show Offers Travel Incentive to Canadian Bike Industry
Posted by Editor on 01/17/11
Taiwan Trade Center Vancouver (TTCV) has funding for Canadian cycling companies to attend the Taipei International Cycle Show (www.taipeicycle.com.tw) on March 16 - 19, 2011 at Taiwan's most prestigious exhibition venue - Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall.
The Incentive Program is designated to a Canadian bicycle buyer group consisting of a minimum of five (5) to a maximum of twelve (12) respective companies engaging in Complete Bicycles, Bicycle Parts & Accessories, and Light Electric Vehicles (LEV) business.
Eligible companies with a minimum annual revenue of USD $0.5 million ($500,000) in at least one of the last three years is welcome to apply to participate in this group invitation program.
In order to validate the "reimbursement process", it is mandatory that all qualified companies of the "Buyer Group" must register at the Taipei Cycle service counter located near the main entrance of the NANGANG Exhibition Hall at the same time on March 16, 2011.
Funding includes NTD 15,000 (approximately C$480) per company. Each company can choose to use the funding for the expense of his/her round-trip air ticket to and from Taipei, or use the funding for the four (4) nights Taipei hotel accommodation, with airport transportation.
***A minimum length of stay in Taipei is essential:
a) For air ticket: Each company MUST stay for at least two (2) days during March 16 - 19, 2011.
b) For hotel accommodation: Each company stay MUST fall in duration of March 15-19.
Other important notes:
a) The incentive user must have a Canadian passport.
b) One Incentive per company.
c) Exhibitors of Taipei Cycle are excluded to this program.
d) Due to a high volume of anticipated applications, Taipei Cycle reserves the right to decline further application without prior notice upon exceeding the budget.
Taiwan is the world's third largest bicycle producer,after China and India. Taiwan's bicycle output in 2010 reached close to 46 million units and US $1.43 billion. Taiwan's competitive products plays an influential role in the international high-end bicycle market.
For more information on trade with Taiwan, please visit www.taiwantrade.com.tw. We sincerely encourage you to take advantage of this first time ever invitation program to visit the prestigious and must-see 2011 Taipei Cycle Show.
To RSVP or if you would like further information, please contact Tracy, Andy, or Kevin at (604) 681.2787, (604) 681.3639 or via e-mail at Vancouver@taitra.org.tw. We look forward to hearing from you.