World’s biggest car shows 2015

It’s a new year and with it comes a line-up of exciting global car shows. Here’s a sampling of some of the world’s biggest and best in 2015.

What is your idea of a great car show? Do you like vintage cars or are you a sports-car enthusiast? Do you love futuristic designs or are cars with grunt more to your liking? Whatever your preference, there’s a car show for you.

There are two great car shows in January, but they’re being held at the same time, so you may have to make a choice or see one this year and the other next year.

The 93rd Salon European Motor Show in Brussels, Belgium will be open to the public on 16-25 January from 10am to 6:30pm (with a few late nights available). Exhibitors span everything from Alfa Romeo to McLaren, so be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes to take it all in.

The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is open to the public on 17-25 January, overlapping its Brussels counterpart. Held at the COBO Center in Detroit, Michigan, the NAIAS is an event car enthusiasts from around the world look forward to. Exhibitors include every major auto manufacturer, and special exhibitions include stunning concept cars, debut vehicles and more.

If you love vintage and classic cars, Salon Retromobile is a must-see event. In 2015, it will be held on 4-8 February at the Expo Porte de Versailles in Paris, France. In all, over 500 cars will be on display and 450 exhibitors will be showcasing their products. This year, a feature of the exhibition is going to be a display of classic cars restored by renowned French collector Corrado Lopresto.

The 2015 Australian Motoring Festival will be held at the Melbourne Showgrounds on 26-29 March. If you’re in the market for a new car, you might want to start with the New Vehicle Promenade, which comes complete with tarmac and off-road test tracks.

Are you interested in the design process? Head over to the Auto Design Centre & Industry Showroom. Then you can visit the test tracks where you can take vehicles out for a test drive. Other exhibits the whole family will enjoy include the vintage car display, the family zone and the motorcycles, scooters and e-bikes exhibit.

The 44th annual Tokyo Motor Show starts 29 October 2015. Held at one of Japan’s largest exhibition centres, Tokyo Big Sight, it is sure to be a huge event in a spectacular venue. The first day of the event is a preview day for the press, with special invitations for people with disabilities. It is open to the general public from 30 October to 8 November. Held every two years, the Tokyo Motor Show showcases all the latest developments in Japanese motor technology. In 2013, highlights included events and activities for children as well as exhibitions and stage events for adults.


Henry Sapiecha



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About Hong Kong Fashion Extravaganza

Hong Kong, long a major sourcing centre for the global fashion industry, is rapidly emerging as Asia’s lifestyle hub, setting trends for the region and beyond.

HKTDC Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter and its concurrent fair, HKTDC World Boutique, Hong Kong, have played an integral role in the city’s transformation. Together, the two fashion fairs draw huge numbers of buyers from all over the world.

These buyers come for the global brands on display and for the electrifying variety of fashion shows and events. None is more eagerly anticipated than Hong Kong Fashion Extravaganza, which brings western and eastern fashion lifestyles together in one exclusive gala presentation.

The Hong Kong Fashion Extravaganza 2015 presented by Audi Hong Kong will feature the spectacular collections of four world-renowned fashion designers, including Eri Chu & Philip Chu based in Hong Kong, Loris Diran based in New York, Wang Yutao based in Beijing, and also Lars Wallin based in Sweden.


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Jaipur Jewellery Show to accommodate more participants this year

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JAIPUR: The 12th edition of three-day Jaipur Jewellery Show will have as many as 552 booths to accommodate more participants this year.

The fair this time will have more space and better facilities… most of the exhibitors are repeat participants, said the show’s convener Vimal Chand Surana at a press conference here today.

He said more than 30,000 participants are expected to visit the show for which 3,000 online registrations have been done so far.

The show will be held at Jaipur Exhibition and Convention Centre in Sitapura area here from December 20 to 23.

“This will be a complete show with diamonds, colour stones, precious metals – silver, gold, base metals – carving and beads, being showcased and marketed.

“The exhibition will also cover jewellers and gemstone dealers, jewellery institutes and publications apart from others,” he said.

For the first time, there will be a separate section for jewellery and stones. The categorisation will make it convenient for customers to search the product of their choice, he added.

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The header photo & background photo are ones that I as your site host had taken on a tour of Europe recently & was in Munich Germany during an Inhorgenta  event. It came to me when I was talking to new friends I had met during my world tour that it would be great that there could be a portal in which people could view & find what is on where in the world covering an enormous number of fields & topics

My photo above during this Europe Asia tour is above for those who are interested

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