After schooling, the other major concern for families in the city is health. The second edition of the Health Guide, now available online and print, covers areas of family health, maternity and pregnancy, healthy eating, mental health and counseling, and alternative therapies. These vast topics and sub-topics as well as the limited space in the magazine to cover every angle that addresses the concerns of families had us put together the first ever Family Health Fair.
The beijingkids and jingkids 2014 Family Health Fair aims to bring health-related businesses and organizations for a day of information sharing, networking and fun. There are 70 booths (booth table size is 46cm by 183 cm) open to hospitals and clinics, air filters, pollution masks and water filters, gyms and fitness centers, organic products, and dining. Exhibitors from this businesses or organizations can book a booth now till the deadline of Friday, August 15.
The title sponsor slot is available to non-health related businesses and organizations. The sponsor will be prominently featured in all the ads and marketing materials to come. We will be giving away goodie bags and there are opportunities for sponsorship available to jump in and materials from the organization be part of the goodie bag give away.
Old or young, new or old, the event is opened to all Beijing residents who would like to get a few answers and clarification about the services available from the various industry providers including Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), natural health and beauty products, air purifiers, masks and water filters, and much more. For the exhibitors, it’s a chance to get to mingle with wider community and clarify misconceptions.
The Family Health Fair takes place on Sunday, September 14 from 9.30am-4.30pm at the Swissotel Beijing Hong Kong Macau Center.
Exhibitors and sponsors can contact out Sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 5941 0368 (English and Chinese) to book a booth before the deadline.
Photos: Birmingham Culture (Flickr)