China Venue Update (Update - Dec 2013)

Date: December 11, 2013
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China Venue Update (Update - Dec 2013)
Executive summary

This is the first edition of a new annual Tracker report on venues in China.

By the end of 2013, there will be 191 exhibition venues in Asia. Of those, 101 – or approximately 53% - are located in Mainland China. In terms of venue capacity, Asia will have 6.6 million m2 by the end of 2013. Nearly 70% of that is located in Mainland China (4.5 million m2). Furthermore, venue capacity in mainland China has grown by 29% in the previous five years.

The key exhibition markets in China are Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Shenzhen. In those four markets, there will be a total of 26 purpose-built exhibition venues by the end of 2013 with a total venue capacity of about 1.3 million m2.

In all four of those markets, one venue tends to dominate in terms of market share measured by net space sold. In Beijing in 2012, 43% of space sold was at the China International Exhibition Center (CIEC). In Guangzhou, 88% of space was sold at the China Import & Export Fair Complex (Pazhou Complex).

In Shanghai, the structure is similar to that of Guangzhou. The largest venue, SNIEC, accounts for almost 80% of space in the city. There is only one major exhibition venue in Shenzhen, Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center (SZCEC), which has a gross indoor capacity of 105,000 m2 and hosts all major exhibitions.

Nine of China’s ten largest venues each have a capacity of more than 100,000 m2. The four major exhibition markets each already have a venue of at least 100,000 m2. In the coming year, the venue capacity in those four markets will not significantly change, but in 2015 some significant additional capacity will be added – particularly in Shanghai and Tianjin.

The most significant venue developments on the horizon are planned mega venues in Shanghai and Tianjin. In Shanghai, the Hongqiao venue will become Asia’s largest purpose-built exhibition centre featuring 400,000 m2 of indoor space as well as 100,000 m2 of outdoor space. In Tianjin, opening in 2015, the mega venue will feature 400,000 m2 of exhibition space across 32 equal-sized exhibition halls. Other significant venues are underway in Chengdu, Hangzhou and Zhuhai
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

OVERVIEW OF VENUES IN CHINA

KEY MARKETS IN CHINA

BEIJING

GUANGZHOU

SHANGHAI

SHENZHEN

PROFILE DATA ON THE TOP VENUES IN CHINA

VENUE NEWS IN CHINA

TABLE 1: NUMBER OF VENUES, CHINA VS. ASIA (2013 VS. 2008)

TABLE 2: VENUE CAPACITY (M2), CHINA VS. ASIA (2012-2014)

TABLE 3: VENUE CAPACITY IN KEY MARKETS IN CHINA, 2012-2014

TABLE 4: TOTAL SPACE SOLD IN KEY MARKETS IN CHINA, 2012

TABLE 5: MARKET SHARE OF THREE LARGEST VENUES IN BEIJING, 2012

TABLE 6: MARKET SHARE OF THREE LARGEST VENUES IN GUANGZHOU, 2012

TABLE 7: MARKET SHARE OF THREE LARGEST VENUES IN SHANGHAI, 2012
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