Public Garden Consumer Trade Show is the premiere gathering of the best independent labels and brands of Southeast Asia. Held at Suntec Convention Hall 403, this will be the largest event presented by Public Garden.
Public Garden is about being Better Together. It attracts the best of progressive brands and directional designers from the region. This will be the first independent event in Singapore to bring together creative regional businesses all in one place, bringing Public Garden’s mission to fruition.
Participating regional brands are specially invited and carefully curated, while Public Garden shoppers are a crowd of selective and savvy regional consumers who are looking for a different retail experience. Together, Public Garden is a community of businesses and individuals who are collectively shaping the future of the creative landscape of Southeast Asia.
Participating brands and retailers come from both the offline and online arena, from cities such as Brunei, Johor Bahru, Bandung, Chiang Mai, Jakarta, Bangkok, Bali, Singapore, Penang, Jogjakarta and Kuala Lumpur.
Run by individuals from Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore, participating brands at Public Garden’s first Consumer Trade Show are often unrivalled in their home cities in terms of brand concept, marketing direction and merchandise offering. Regional brands with highly-focused, unique global retail concepts will be able to connect and network physically with their peers for the first time.
Singapore-based shoppers will be in for a treat, browsing product designs and merchandise which have never before reached the shores of Singapore. Tourists and visitors who are in town during the weekend of Sat 13 June will be able to visit just one place to explore and understand the depth of talent and independent thinkers found within Southeast Asia.
Breaking away from the traditional business trade show concept, Public Garden Consumer Trade Show connects established, independent brands directly with consumers. Exciting and under-the-radar brands within Southeast Asia will congregate in Singapore for just one day.