Our company specializes in immersive art shows & exhibitions that require spacious indoor venues, typically occupying an area of 5,000 to 8,000 square feet. However, in Hong Kong, we face challenges due to a shortage of available venues. Prime locations such as the West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, and Victoria Park are either heavily booked or come with high rental costs, making it difficult to find suitable indoor spaces. Moreover, there are certain limitations in the government funding sector, resulting in some of our innovative art programs and collaborations being redirected to Macau or Shenzhen.
Similarly, we are also engaged in drone light performances, which also face constraints in terms of venues. We successfully organized the first Victoria Harbour drone light showcase during the National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival in 2023, attracting over 300,000 spectators. However, each time we plan a drone performance in Hong Kong, we have to search for venues and go through the application process, which presents its own set of challenges.
Despite these hurdles, we remain committed to the Hong Kong market. Our immersive art exhibitions and drone light performances have garnered significant attention on social media platforms. For instance, the drone fashion show at K11 attracted over 30 million views on video platforms and received coverage from major global media outlets.
Although the limited availability of venues in Hong Kong poses challenges, we are actively seeking new partnership opportunities, including collaborations with property developers, even if it means higher rental expenses. We firmly believe that through continuous innovation and breakthroughs, we can deliver unforgettable artistic experiences to our audience.