The 2021 Taipei AMPA and Autotronics Taipei show was successfully held recently

The in-person Taipei AMPA and Autotronics Taipei show, colloquially known as AMPA, wrapped up four days of exhibition and events in April, attracting over 10,000 visitors to witness the latest products produced by the nearly 400 exhibitors at the show.
Show organisers state AMPA successfully “brought out the newest trends and developments the global automotive industry has to offer, further cementing its standing as the most important automotive trade platform in the world.”
AMPA brought out corporations from all over Taiwan including signature exhibitors and emerging companies.
The EV and IoV Forums gave in depth coverage to the future of transportation, while celebrities shared their experiences with automobiles, all of which attracted nearly 2,000 total participants seeking new knowledge.
Following the closure of the physical show, AMPA Online continued on through to the beginning of May, with more than 70,000 visitors viewing the online content and interacting with exhibitors at the showground.

Among the visitors were C-level officials from Nissan, Yamaha, Hong Hai, and others, offering exhibitors the opportunity to communicate with some of the world’s most important automotive corporation leaders.
More importantly, many buyers from emerging markets also registered for AMPA Online, providing exhibitors an opportunity to reach new markets.
For example, Taiwan Brake Technology, Yes Energy, Hao Jheng, and others gave positive reviews about AMPA Online, with the latter specifically mentioning they were able to reach Latin American buyers for the first time.
Finally, PTT Oil, Keysight, and other international exhibitors stated that being able to attend AMPA allowed them to continue to promote themselves in one of Asia’s most important automotive markets.
While the physical show was underway, AMPA Online allowed chat and videoconferencing functions. Once the physical show concluded, the continuation of AMPA Online through to May 6 allowed buyers and exhibitors to continue to exchange eBusiness card contact information as the virtual show continued the momentum.
Next year’s Taipei AMPA and Autotronics Taipei will take place across April 20-23.

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