Taiwan Sports and Fitness Taiwan (TaiSPO) 2023 sets grand return this March

Taiwan Sports and Fitness Taiwan (TaiSPO) 2023 sets grand return this March

05:50 PM March 08, 2023

Taiwan Sports and Fitness Taiwan (TaiSPO) is set to make a grand comeback this coming March 22-25, 2023, and will be held at Hall 2 of the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center (TaiNEX 2) located at No. 1 Jingmao 2nd Road, Nangang District, Taipei City, Taiwan.

This trade show will bring together a total of 150 exhibitors who will showcase a wide range of sporting goods, fitness equipment, sports technology, and workout services for all ages and will cover an area composed of 800 booths. TaiSPO is the perfect platform for companies in the sports, fitness, and wellness industries to network and showcase their latest innovations.


Big booths for big sports innovations showcased at TAISPO exhibition

Renamed and Reimagined: Sports and Fitness Taiwan


TaiSPO 2023 has undergone a transformation and has been renamed “Sports and Fitness Taiwan” to better reflect the changes in the industry. This year’s event will have a wider range of offerings, including indoor fitness, outdoor sports, water sports, sports fashion, all-age fitness, sports tech, and marketing and service areas.

The newly added “Sports Tech” area will feature virtual reality (VR) sports equipment, digital exercise applications, e-sports gear, wearables, smart sports equipment, and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The “Marketing and Service” area, on the other hand, will showcase software and mobile apps, cloud systems, big data, and health training programs. With a focus on wellness and physical fitness equipment for children and seniors, the “All-Age Fitness” area will bring sports to everyone’s life.


TaiSPO 2023 creating ‘’Smart’’ Gyms and Showcasing Taiwanese Sports Industry Innovativeness


On-ground group workouts can be expected at TaiSPO exhibition

Rallying around the concept that sports will help people of all ages become healthier, the 2023 Sports and Fitness Taiwan (TaiSPO) exhibition is promoting sports and fitness training, with a heavy emphasis on sports equipment, fitness training equipment and technology.

With over four decades of history, the event is looking to consolidate the industry and expand beyond its current niche role with the assistance of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA). Taiwan is known as a producer of high-end sports equipment. However, despite its many years of experience of OEM and ODM, Taiwanese companies are beginning to develop its brands.

Companies such as Dyaco and Johnson Health Tech, Tung Keng Enterprise, Shuang Rong Shing Technology, Gee Hoo Industrial Corp., Sportsman Corporation, The One Fitness, Royaly International, and Fitness Authority Industrial will attend the event and exhibit their newest equipment and solutions.

Dyaco and Johnson are expecting to put on ‘’smart’’ fitness training equipment and other applied features and highlight how Taiwan’s sports equipment industry is also picking up on the smart technology trend.

Key Exhibitors in 2023


TaiSPO offers sports and fitness for everyone as seen on this crowd check

The fitness industry has seen significant growth in recent years, with people becoming more health-conscious and looking for ways to achieve their fitness goals. The pandemic has only accelerated this trend, as individuals seek to achieve effective body and fitness training from the safety and comfort of their homes.

The TaiSPO 2023 will feature some of the biggest names in the industry such as Dyaco, Johnson Health Tech, DK City, ALATECH, JK Fitness, SPORTOP, SRS, Body Charger, Sportsman, Body Dynamic and Royaly, as well as over 30 new exhibitors including high-quality MIT brands such as Teamjoined and AIQ SMART CLOTHING. The Taiwan Sports Technology Association and the Taiwan Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association will also bring in their members to showcase Taiwan’s latest innovations in sports and fitness.


OUTDOOR Taipei by DIRTY FORMOSA is a key event in the first half of 2023.

This year, over 60 well-known domestic and international brands have been invited to participate in the event. The event will showcase off-road bicycles and outdoor equipment complex expo where participants can test ride a wide range of off-road bicycles, including gravel bike, MTB and e-bike, on mix terrains such as soil, gravel and wooden pallet. The event will also present a range of massive outdoor equipment including camping tents, camping trailers and SUVs with roof-top tents.

Along with the expo, the event will also feature live DJ music, draft beer, fresh brewed coffee and fresh made snacks. Additionally, premium brand representatives will also be invited to attend the event so that everyone will experience the most unique and only one expo in Taiwan.

TaiSPO brings you more diverse, appealing and comprehensive experience!

The trade show will have a comprehensive program, including group fitness workouts, virtual sports games hosted by Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs), industry forums, and new product launches. The special “Outdoor Taipei” area will also allow visitors to experience camping, yoga, and other cultural athletics activities. NPC WORLDWIDE Taiwan will also be held concurrently with TaiSPO 2023, providing a unique combination of a sports B2B trade show and a bodybuilding competition. With a wide range of activities, TaiSPO 2023 will certainly be the top platform for sports industry matchmaking.

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See you in March at TaiSPO! 

Find out more on: https://www.taispo.com.tw/en/index.html.

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