TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — The organizers behind the Taipei Cycle Show are quietly surveying exhibitors about whether to move the show — traditionally held in March — to either October or November next year.
However, if TAITRA were to make such a move next year, exhibitors may have to attend two shows — the 2017 Taipei Cycle Show already scheduled for March 22-25 at the Nangang Exhibition Center, and a second show later in the year.
But any move by TAITRA to produce a new show in the late fall of 2017 would put it into contention with Taichung Bike Week (TBW). This year Bike Week is set for Oct. 18-21 and, presumably, would maintain those approximate dates for 2017.
In TAITRA’s three-question online survey, officials first asked which month would be most appropriate for the show: March or October.
It then asks if exhibitors and visitors would attend the already-scheduled March show and then return again in October 2017. And finally it asks if Taipei Cycle were rescheduled from March to October, would show-goers still attend?
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